Jeff Williams and MLive reporter Tim Martin talk about proposed changes to the education system in Michigan.

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PSC’s Year in Review

Have you ever wondered what we really do every day at Public Sector Consultants (PSC)? Some people suspect we spend a lot of time sitting in meetings, reading stuffy intellectual [...]

The Power of 1 Percent

Just how big is 1 percent? Well, when it comes to caring for our state’s aging population, a 1 percent change in services or outcomes is bigger than most of [...]

Insuring More for Michigan

The insurance industry in Michigan is known for helping residents and businesses protect themselves from catastrophic losses, health crises, and financial losses. The industry provides insurance for homes, buildings, automobiles, [...]

The Economic Benefits of Nonprofits

By most measures, Michigan is in the middle of an economic turnaround, following an exceptionally severe economic downturn in the early 2000s caused by a combination of Michigan’s lost decade [...]

Changes in Michigan’s Child Care Landscape

Access to child care is critical for families. While many parents stay home with their children by choice, others may be forced to leave their job if child care is [...]

Making Child Care a Regional Priority

To better understand the current state of child care in northwest lower Michigan and how the community can improve access and affordability, Networks Northwest partnered with Public Sector Consultants (PSC) [...]

Lansing Region Small Businesses Among Michigan 50 Companies to Watch (Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce)

From the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce Six of the Lansing region’s outstanding small businesses are among 50 companies from around the state being recognized with the prestigious Michigan 50 [...]

Yes, it takes billions to fix Michigan roads. No, taxpayers don’t want to pay. (Bridge Magazine)

By Ron French of Bridge Magazine The question isn’t whether it will take a lot more money to fix Michigan roads. The question, according to an array of experts Thursday, [...]

Foundations help set agenda at Mackinac Policy Conference (Crain’s Detroit Business)

By Sherri Welch of Crain's Detroit Business More often, foundations are helping to set the agenda at the annual Mackinac Policy Conference. They have long been part of important conversations [...]

Basinwide Partnership Seeks to Advance New Era of Water Management (Great Lakes Connection Newsletter)

By Dondré Young of the Council of Michigan Foundations and Claire Stevens of Public Sector Consultants Shoreline communities throughout the Great Lakes basin face many of the same challenges related [...]