The Working Group on Jobs, Wages, and Benefits (WGJWB) is charged with developing a report and making recommendations to the Mayor and Council regarding legislative, programmatic, and policy recommendations to improve the District’s economic competitiveness in the region, attract and retain businesses and employees in the District, protect and promote commercial diversity, promote the creation and retention of well-paying jobs and create pathways to the middle class for District Residents.
Oct 9 2018
Mayor Bowser cut the ribbon on The Horizon, the short-term family housing program in Ward 7,...
Oct 2 2018
The TIF legislation will authorize the Mayor and the Office of the Chief Financial Officer to issue...
Sep 22 2018
4,200-Seat venue will be a hub for sports, entertainment and more.
Sep 14 2018
Mayor Bowser Announces Appointment of Brenda Donald as Interim Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity
Deputy Mayor Courtney R. Snowden Departs the Bowser Administration for a New Opportunity Outside of...
Sep 5 2018
Bowser Administration Matches More Than 1,000 Washingtonians with Job Opportunities in First 60 Days of 1,000 Opportunities Initiative
The 1000 Opportunities initiative continues through September,