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EPIC Awards - Recognizing Our Most Passionate Employees

PCG’s EPIC Awards program is a quarterly employee recognition initiative that shines the spotlight on exemplar staff across the firm who embody the core tenets foundational to PCG: Entrepreneurial Spirit, Passion, Impact, and Community.

9. December 2021
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    Join PCG for Three Presentations at the HCBS Conference on December 9th and 10th!

    Public Consulting Group (PCG) is proud to announce that our firm has been selected to present three sessions at the 2021 National Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Conference in Baltimore, MD. It will take place from December 7th through December 10th. In addition to presenting, PCG is a conference sponsor, and 14 attendees from our Health and Human Services teams will be attending.

    • 29. November 2021
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    Highlights from SXSW EDU 2019

    PCG staff recently attended one of the education industry’s premier events, SXSW EDU, in Austin, Texas from March 4-7, 2019. After months of hard work and planning, this proved to be our biggest year yet. PCG kicked things off by hosting an exclusive dinner event on Monday, March 4th and sponsoring the official SXSW EDU Opening Party immediately after on the same evening. 

    • 22. March 2019
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    Making the most of SXSW EDU: 5 Tips from a conference veteran

    For education professionals seeking to stay current with the most important innovations in teaching and learning, no event rivals the annual SXSW EDU conference in Austin, Texas, coming up on March 4 through 7. As you’d expect from its name, SXSW EDU is jam-packed with a Texas-sized selection of learning, professional development, and networking opportunities for teachers, principals, school administrators, researchers, consultants, and innovators.

    • 12. February 2019
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    Public Consulting Group presents at HCBS Conference on using data analytics, best practices to reduce client abuse/neglect

    BALTIMORE, August 27, 2018 – Better use of data analytics and “best practices frameworks” can address what a government inspector general recently called “a systemic problem” of abuse and neglect of elderly and disabled people in home and community based services (HCBS), new research by Public Consulting Group (PCG) finds.

    • 27. August 2018