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Movement Between Agencies

  • 1.7 percent of the executive branch workforce moved from one agency to another in FY 2020, compared to 9.2 percent who left state service.
  • Transfers for FY 2019 include the transfer of 900+ employees from the Department of Social and Health Services to the Department of Children, Youth, and Families; and the transfer of 100+ employees from Consolidated Technology Services to the Office of Financial Management.
  • Transfers increased in FY 2018 due to the creation of the Department of Children, Youth, and Families; 3,000+ employees were transferred into the new agency from Department of Social and Health Services and Department of Early Learning.
  • For information related to leaving state service, see Workforce Turnover, Retirements and Resignations.

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Notes:
Includes permanent or intent to become permanent employees only.
Executive branch only (excluding higher education institutions).
Does not include legislative and judicial branch agencies.



Last Updated: 08/03/2020
Time Period: 07/01/2015–06/30/2020
Update Frequency: annually (end of fiscal year)

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