PCG has dedicated itself to the public sector for the past 35 years. From our founding in 1986 through today, we are guided by an unwavering commitment to our clients and the communities they serve. 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. PCG Cares’ mission is a simple one: to create a culture of inclusion, support, and happiness for our employees and the communities where we live and work.

PCG Cares News

PCG Proudly Hosted a Conversation with CARE

88 days ago

On February 3, 2022, PCG proudly engaged our employees in a Conversation with CARE hosted by Public Consulting Group’s (PCG) CEO Bill Mosakowski. PCG is grateful for the opportunity to continue our longstanding partnership with CARE.

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‘Tis the Season for Showing Appreciation: Happy Holidays from PCG

150 days ago

As we reflect on PCG’s 35th year and look ahead to the possibilities that await us in 2022, we are sincerely grateful for the opportunities we have had over the past three-and-a-half decades to deliver solutions that lead to improved outcomes within our communities. It is truly an honor to serve our public sector clients and the important work they do throughout the year to support those in need.

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PCG’s Employees Participate in Giving Tuesday—Extended Edition

167 days ago

This time of year, we often reflect on all we have to be thankful for, as we enjoy holiday meals and reach out to loved ones. The holiday season also gives a special opportunity to share our time and resources with our communities and those in need. In an effort to meet these needs, employees at Public Consulting Group (PCG) have been invited to participate in Giving Tuesday—Extended Edition (November 24th through Giving Tuesday, November 30th). 

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PCG Was Proud to Support CARE International During Haiti’s Earthquake Crisis

170 days ago

On August 14, 2021, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit southern Haiti and caused significant destruction across the island. Six hundred and fifty thousand people needed emergency humanitarian assistance. Then, two days later, Tropical Depression Grace hit the island, creating additional risks and challenges for people already in need.

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