are scheduled through Washington State's coordinating entity, currently ULS and formerly CTS LanguageLink. The contract performance reports are posted on HCA’s website
HCA (Medicaid) APPOINTMENTS
SFY2013 201,576 SFY2012 196,176
HCA (Medicaid) BUDGET
Jul 2013/Jun 2015 $25.1M
Jul 2011/Jun 2013 $18.1M
Jul 2009/Jun 2011 $23.0M
HCA (Medicaid) HOURLY RATE
July 2018 $39.76
July 2017 $38.50
July 2016 $38.00
July 2015 $37.10
July 2014 $32.50 July 2013 $32.00 July 2012 $31.50 July 2011 $30.00
FIRST UNION CONTRACT 2010 $21.00
A modified procurement model began on July 1, 2011.
The coordinating entity procurement model began on September 24, 2012.
The new coordinating entity, ULS took over the contract on July 1, 2018.
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Interpreters United is a Washington State 501(c)(5) non-profit organization run by INTERPRETERS WHO VOLUNTEER to serve our fellow union members.
Per our constitution, we elect our Local 1671 Officers in October. Except for trustees, officers are elected for a two year term. Vacancies in office can be filled by vote of the Executive Board pursuant to our Local 1671 constitution. Please contact us at local1671 [at] gmail.com if you are interested in being appointed to a vacant position.
Unlike most of the other WFSE/AFSCME Council 28 locals, Interpreters United is a statewide local. Our members provide interpreter services to Limited English Proficient (LEP) Washingtonians all around the state. We are all part of Local 1671 which meets 4 times a year as a statewide organization. But much of the time, we are collaborating and networking with interpreters working and living near us.
Below is a list of our current elected officers, all of whom except trustees are elected or appointed for a term that expires in October 2015. The Executive Board board also relies heavily on the work done within its several committees where many members volunteer their time to help improve our profession.
LOCAL 1671 EXECUTIVE BOARD Nov 1 2015 - Oct 31 2017
Our union contract provides for an 8 participants Union-Management Committee (UMC) that meets at least quarterly with the State to advocate on issues that matter to professional interpreters. Below are our current UMC members: