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    PCG’s Manager Tony Ong Presented at November Webinar

    The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way public sector organizations in the United States need to function, as they have had to transition to remote platforms to stay safe while, simultaneously, the needs of the communities they serve have increased significantly. According to the Pew Research Center in April 2020, “overall, 43% of U.S. adults now say that they or someone in their household has lost a job or taken a cut in pay due to the outbreak…among lower-income adults, […] 52% say they or someone in their household has experienced this type of job upheaval.”

    • 9. December 2020
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    A Tech Solution for Technical Problems in Foster Family Recruitment and Retention

    Foster family recruitment and retention have always been challenging. Even while the number of children in foster care increased from 2012 to 2017, half of states saw a decrease in the number of available non-relative foster family homes. Though the number of children in foster care has since decreased to 424,000 in 2019, the need for foster families is still acute.

    • 7. December 2020
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    NASA Selects PCG and Partners to Receive Grant for Developing STEM Content for Schools

    [Boston, MA] December 3, 2020 – Public Consulting Group, Inc. (PCG), a leading provider of solutions implementation and operations improvement services to the public sector, is pleased to announce that Project Ianos has been selected by NASA as the recipient of a one-year grant to ignite curiosity among the next generation of explorers using the inspirational story of human space exploration.

    • 3. December 2020
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    PCG Director Shares Expert Insights with MoneyGeek

    In the weeks leading up to the election, to stress the important role voters play in financial decision-making at the state, local, and even federal levels, the personal finance experts at MoneyGeek turned their attention to states’ financial health and dependence on the Federal Government.

    • 1. December 2020