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Public Partnerships (PPL), CARE team up for $500,000 donation to frontline coronavirus workers in N.J.

Frontline in-home workers who provide care and assistance for some of New Jersey’s most vulnerable residents, the elderly, the developmentally disabled and military veterans will receive a special “thank you” gift to provide some relief from the stresses of the COVID-19 pandemic.

18. May 2020
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    PCG subject matter experts discuss technology implications of 2018 Farm Bill

    For public sector health and human services agencies, change is inevitable – whether it is driven by new legislation, administration turnover, or just continuous process improvement of government programs. One such change in legislation on PCG’s mind is the 2018 Farm Bill, passed by Congress and signed by the President in December 2018, which reauthorizes SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) through 2023.  

    • 13. November 2019
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    CCWIS Guidance for Public Sector Agencies: How to Ask for What You Need

    In her latest blog post on the current Comprehensive Child Welfare Information Systems (CCWIS) landscape, Carole Hussey of Public Consulting Group digs into one of the biggest concerns that has been raised so far: the lack of innovation in the Requests for Procurement (RFPs) and ultimately the solutions that are being implemented.

    • 5. November 2019
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    Tips for public sector agencies on modernizing technology procurements

    Ahead of PCG’s participation in the 2019 ISM Annual Conference hosted by the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA), PCG subject matter expert Carole Hussey has authored a new article for APHSA’s Policy & Practice magazine.

    • 10. September 2019
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    Vertical Specialty: Does It Matter in IT?

    It’s an exciting time for innovation in public sector technology. With a change in orientation toward consumer experience, there are many new vendors and products emerging in the marketplace. Historically, this has been a risk-averse industry, with an inclination toward standing with the old guard; recently, however, there have been a number of unexpected contract awards that have the state and local environment buzzing.

    • 28. August 2019