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PCG celebrates Women’s History Month

This March, we proudly participate in the annual celebration of Women’s History Month to honor the many achievements of women throughout history and examine the issues that affect women today. We thank the women of PCG for the productivity, resourcefulness, experience, and perspective they bring to our many projects! Our firm and clients benefit tremendously from their hard work.

22. March 2019
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    Home and Community-Based Settings Regulation – Heightened Scrutiny

    The much-awaited guidance from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on Heightened Scrutiny was issued on March 22, 2019 (SMD#19-001). In the form of FAQs, the guidance “is designed to ensure that implementation decisions balance the need for robust stakeholder engagement with administrative feasibility.”

    • 29. March 2019
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    PCG consultants co-author Negotiated Rulemaking article with Washington State DCYF

    PCG recently collaborated with its client, the Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF), to publish an article in the February 2019 issue of Policy and Practice Magazine called “Rulemaking that Works: Consensus by the Community for the Community.”

    • 15. February 2019
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    PCG child welfare expert breaks down five basic areas every agency should do well

    In his newest blog post, Judge James Payne explores the challenges and opportunities, both dynamic and frustrating, that have transformed the child protection system in recent years. To ensure child protection agencies are better positioned to navigate the conflicts and chaos facing all government systems, Judge Payne argues agencies must first focus on several basic organizational areas. 

    • 29. January 2019
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    Exploring the changing landscape of child welfare technology, data sharing, and Family First

    Chronicles of Social Change recently published its annual “Kids on the Hill” issue, which is the digital publication’s only print issue each year, targeted toward legislators and staffers on Capitol Hill. Notably, this year’s issue also features articles by two PCG colleagues from the Human Services team: Carole Hussey and Shell Culp.

    • 16. November 2018