Michigan’s aging water infrastructure has been ignored for too long. The conversation about our infrastructure needs to be brought above ground for good.
American Rescue Plan funds need to be used quickly and equitably in Michigan. How will you use this support to solve regional problems?
What do you get when you cross a Fulbright Research Fellow in Kyiv, Ukraine, with an advisor to the U.S. executive director of the International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C, and plunk him down in Michigan? You get Public Sector Consultants’ most interesting economist.
Michigan organizations frequently come together to address issues of water access and safety. These organizations often seek PSC’s expertise on water equity for resources and insight that they can’t find elsewhere. Our water‐related projects run the gamut from small local watersheds to international shared waters of the Great Lakes.
PSC conducted a survey of emergency departments’ to inform state health department of effective policies and practices regarding opioid use and overdose.
The Michigan Department of Technology, Management, and Budget hired PSC to staff the 21st Century Infrastructure Commission and help them identify robust recommendations for a 50-year strategic plan for Michigan’s ...
After Detroit’s bankruptcy and recovery, skyrocketing rent prices were forcing native Detroiters from their homes. We evaluated a rent subsidy program that helps increase housing security for people affected by this surge in housing demand.
The Muskegon community is in the midst of a cultural renaissance Exactly one year ago, residents across the county came together to understand — and address — the root causes ...
DTE contracted PSC to evaluate its energy assistance program to determine if it was reaching its goals to be an innovative, effective energy assistance delivery system. PSC provided the evaluation ...
PSC conducted research on Michigan’s very complex trial court funding system and made recommendations for a different funding method.