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Behavioral Threat Assessment team wins PCG’s first EPIC Award for their Entrepreneurial Spirit

PCG has launched a new quarterly employee recognition program for Fiscal Year 2020, called the EPIC Awards. Focused on a different theme each quarter, the EPIC Awards are designed to help bring the four tenets that define PCG’s mission—Entrepreneurial Spirit, Passion, Impact, and Community—to life in a tangible way.

3. October 2019
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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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    PCG Cares Spotlight: Corinne Willis’ Habitat for Humanity volunteer work in Portugal

    At PCG, we are guided by an unwavering commitment to our clients in the public sector. PCG Cares is an extension of that commitment, empowering each full-time employee to volunteer up to 32 hours each fiscal year to work with and support the communities we serve. We connected with Corinne Willis on the Health team based out of Boston, who recently used PCG Cares hours while in Portugal with Habitat for Humanity. Read on to learn more about her incredible experience!

    • 30. April 2019
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    PCG Cares Spotlight: Caleb Migombo’s 2019 volunteer experience in Tanzania

    At PCG, we are guided by an unwavering commitment to our clients in the public sector. PCG Cares is an extension of that commitment, empowering each full-time employee to volunteer up to 32 hours each fiscal year to work with and support the communities we serve. We connected with Caleb Migombo on the Health team based out of Raleigh, who recently applied his PCG Cares hours in support of the three extraordinary weeks he spent volunteering in Tanzania with TAUS Inc., a US-based 501(c)3 organization approved by PCG Cares. Read on for his amazing story!

    • 8. April 2019