Recent Publications

CSG is a national leader in helping state governments modernize critical program enterprises. Following are recent publications our experts have worked with industry leading technology publications on.

Governing Q&A: Why IV&V Services are Essential for HHS Modernizations
In this Governing Q&A, Robin Dufresne, Director of Healthcare and Human Services for CSG Government Solutions, shares why independent oversight is vital for large-scale IT projects and how HHS agencies can best leverage Independent Verification and Validation services to improve the success of these initiatives.

Governing Q&A: Leading Your UI Program Through the Pandemic & Beyond
In this Governing Q&A, Drew Sutter, Unemployment Insurance Practice Lead at CSG Government Solutions, shares how states can effectively navigate IT modernization to improve their UI programs, the types of solutions that can drive their transformation, and how to ensure states are best utilizing available funds and protecting their IT investments.

Client Briefings

CSG's Client Briefings are developed within the CSG Centers of Excellence, incorporating research and our real-world experience to provide our clients with insights on important developments affecting state government programs. Click here to request access to these briefings.

Child Support: Optimizing Your Child Support System Modernization
Advancements in child support IT make now the right time to start planning for new technologies that offer enhanced customer service, provide better data for informed decision making, create opportunities to increase program performance and federal incentive payments, and most importantly, deliver the financial support that many children and families rely on every day. This document is published by CSG to provide our state partners with information to help formulate a strategy for the modernization of aging child support IT systems.

HHS: Outcomes-Based Certification for Medicaid Systems Modernization Projects
Outcomes-based Certification (OBC) simplifies the certification process from the current MECL framework and focuses on whether the MMIS achieves the desired outcomes post-implementation. This document is published by CSG to provide our clients with an overview of the OBC process that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) began piloting in 2019, and to explain what OBC will mean for states’ Medicaid systems modernization projects.

HHS: Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule
The Interoperability and Patient Access final rule issued by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) went into effect on June 20, 2020. CMS released the final rule with the goal of improving beneficiaries’ access to their healthcare data, leading to improved transparency, customer service, and outcomes. The rule aims to enhance care coordination by helping patients and their providers make more informed healthcare decisions. This document provides an overview of the rule and how it impacts state Medicaid programs.

Unemployment Insurance: Organizational Change Management for Unemployment Insurance Programs
Applying Organizational Change Management can help UI programs navigate changes in systems, business processes, and organizational structure. State UI programs are currently addressing an unprecedented amount of change. Whether you’re navigating the impacts of the pandemic, such as historic claim volumes or changes in federal policy; implementing a new tax or benefits system; using SBR funds; or establishing a new organizational structure within the UI division – applying OCM is a best practice for all UI modernization efforts.

Program and Services Brochures

CSG serves as an expert and trusted advisor in planning, managing, and assuring the quality of complex program modernization projects. Our consulting services are offered within seven practice areas:

Child Support Services
Healthcare and Human Services
Unemployment Insurance Services