SEATTLE, Wash., Sep 2022 – King County’s Department of Natural Resources and Parks’ Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD) has engaged Onit Management Consulting to evaluate its capital program structure and advise on areas to increase efficiency and effectiveness. The project is part of WLRD’s initiative to streamline its capital programs; reduce time to move projects from planning and construction; increase transparency and accountability; improve the quality of project outcomes; and increase opportunity for staff development and fostering a sustainable, diverse, and highly skilled workforce. Onit is proud to be a part of the safekeeping of our community’s most valuable assets – its natural resources and its people.
ABOUT KING COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCES AND PARKS’ WATER AND LAND RESOURCES DIVISION
King County’s Department of Natural Resources and Parks’ Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD) safeguards the county’s water and land resources by providing services that protect public health and safety and yield significant environmental benefits. WLRD employs scientists, engineers, policy experts, ecologists, and project managers dedicated to protecting the health and integrity of King County’s natural resources, so that they can be enjoyed today and for generations to come.
More information about King County Water and Land Resources Division can be found at https://kingcounty.gov/depts/
ABOUT ONIT MANAGEMENT CONSULTING
Founded in 2013, Onit Management Consulting provides expert management consultants for roles in technical and business project and program management, organizational change management (OCM), ESJ / DEI program evaluation and management, Lean / Six Sigma process improvement, communications and more. Our business is solving our clients’ problems, and we are proud to count among our client list many of the Pacific Northwest’s leading commercial and government institutions including City of Seattle, King County, Tacoma Power, Seattle City Light, The State of Washington, Microsoft, Premera Blue Cross, Sound Transit, Puget Sound Energy, and more.