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Mass. Attorney General thanks Council members, calls human services work ‘profoundly important’

Mass. Attorney General thanks Council members, calls human services work ‘profoundly important’

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey offered sincere thanks to Providers’ Council members for their ongoing commitment to improving the lives of others at the Council’s Annual Leadership Forum at Suffolk University Law School on Wednesday. “Your work is profoundly important and profoundly moving,” she said to the crowd of nearly 80 human services leaders. “The

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Gov. Baker budget proposal includes $160m for Chapter 257 Reserve

Gov. Baker budget proposal includes $160m for Chapter 257 Reserve

###  THE FOLLOWING IS A PRESS RELEASE FROM THE COLLABORATIVE, A GROUP OF HUMAN SERVICE TRADE ASSOCIATIONS  ### Governor Baker’s budget proposal released Wednesday includes a record $160 million for the Chapter 257 and Human Services Reserve (1599‐6903) and the administration noted it intends to change the way salaries are set for human services workers

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Rep. Richard Neal calls on IRS to promptly issue refund guidance on UBIT

Rep. Richard Neal calls on IRS to promptly issue refund guidance on UBIT

Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard E. Neal (D-MA)  has called for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to provide refund guidance to tax-exempt organizations that paid a 21 percent unrelated business income tax (UBIT) on parking and transportation benefits provided to employees. In December, Congress retroactively repealed the portion of the 2017 tax law that

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Looking for top candidates? Jobs with Heart sees three record-breaking months

Looking for top candidates? Jobs with Heart sees three record-breaking months

Our Jobs with Heart website saw its three best months of 2019 in October, November and December. Get in on the action and attract great job candidates by posting your open positions — it’s free for Providers’ Council members to use. More than 7,200 jobs have been posted to the Providers’ Council Jobs with Heart website, gaining over 1.5 million job exposures

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Partnerships, Mergers, and Acquisitions: The New Vocabulary for Social Service Agencies

Partnerships, Mergers, and Acquisitions: The New Vocabulary for Social Service Agencies

If your organization is like many social service agencies, you are witnessing a transformation from pay-for-performance to value-based reimbursement. Shifts in reimbursement models are aligned with heightened funder expectations of robust customer service, high satisfaction rates, and active stakeholder engagement. How will this shift affect your operations, employees, and constituents—and are you prepared for such

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SaveDotOrgs: Council signs on to protect .ORG registry from price hikes

SaveDotOrgs: Council signs on to protect .ORG registry from price hikes

The Providers’ Council has signed onto a national letter to oppose the nonprofit Internet Society’s sale of ownership of the .org Public Interest Registry to a private equity firm, Ethos Capital. The proposed sale would put the rights to more than 10 million domains in the hands of venture capitalists, who — without the longstanding

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