Employment Development Department (EDD)

WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE'RE DOING

As one of the largest state departments, the Employment Development Department (EDD) offers a wide variety of services to millions of Californians through the Unemployment Insurance, State Disability Insurance, workforce investment, and Labor Market Information programs at over one hundred service locations statewide. As the state's largest tax collection agency, the EDD also handles the audit and collection of payroll taxes and maintains employment records for more than 17 million California workers.



The EDD recognizes the importance of Governor Edmund Brown, Jr.’s Executive Order (EO) B-18-12 and is committed to meeting the directives of this EO wherever feasible. The EDD’s Administration Branch is responsible for tracking, monitoring, and reporting on the EDD’s efforts in reaching these EO goals and has been successful in implementing conservation measures at locations statewide.



The data reported herein is based on the most accurate available at the time of reporting and is subject to change.




Facilities1

The following is a list of facilities for this agency or department.

1 Not all facilities may be listed here for this agency.

USE PER YEAR
progress through 2016
32.32%
reduction
Energy Saved:
13.56 Million kBtu
2016 vs. 2003
56.42%
reduction
Water Saved:
10.63 Million Gallons
2016 vs. 2010
46.68%
reduction
Reduced Emissions:
10.35 Thousand MT
2016 vs. 2010
WATER USE
DURING DROUGHT
59.49%
reduction
2016 vs. 2013
DEPARTMENT AT A GLANCE
CALENDAR YEAR 2016
28.39
Million kBtu
Total Grid Energy Usage
29
Total Facilities
8.21
Million Gallons
Total Water Usage
595.13
Thousand sqft
Total Floor Space
11.83
Thousand MT
Total GHG Emissions
0
Total LEED Certified Buildings
0
kWh
Total Generated From Renewable Sources
69
Average Location Efficiency