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February 2019

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Monitor, Track & Report your Apprentice Utilization

Easily track and manage your apprentice utilization requirements (AURs) on public works projects when required. Review frequently asked questions (407 KB PDF) for more information about the apprentice utilization requirement.

Go to My Projects to see…

  • If apprentice utilization is required on a project.
  • Monitor real-time utilization: Based on certified payroll reports that are filed using L&I's system, this option provides real-time data to help you manage utilization during the project.
  • Identify final utilization rates: Based on the affidavits filed once a contractor has completed their portion of the project, this option provides the final utilization data once the project is completed and all affidavits are filed.


See status of apprentice utilization.

Project Overview.



See data and reports obtained from certified payroll reports and affidavits.

See project utilization


View your company's utilization across all required projects.

You can now quickly view your company's apprentice utilization on all projects. If you don't see a project listed on the report, check with the awarding agency to make sure it is a requirement.


See apprentice utilization on all your projects.

See apprentice utilization on all your projects.


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