Rizwan Oskoui: Virtually Delivering on Multiple Fronts

I work on one of the few MPS contracts that has always been fully remote, so I’ve had an established workspace for a while. You’d think adjusting to the new Covid-normal would be easy.  However, it’s been an adventure as our client worked hard to expand their technological capabilities to support a fully remote workforce and meet telehealth needs. We’re all accustomed to online meetings and interacting via... +

EMS (Execution Management Service) Takes MPS Consultants to the Next Level

Business Process Improvement. Business Development and Capture Management. Customer Service. PMO Effectiveness. ACCLAIM Model. These are just some of the courses we are offering to MPS consultants as part of our new Execution Management Service (EMS) program. Geared to honing the hard and soft skills of MPS consultants, the EMS curriculum of MPS core competencies builds workforce readiness and resilience by enhancing our consultants’... +

Aurora Castillo’s Virtual Outlook

As we head into the fall, working from home has become my new normal. Even though working in isolation can be daunting, I make the extra effort to keep the lines of communication open – for my clients as well as my colleagues at MPS. In addition to federal contract duties, I’ve been handling corporate and individual donations for MPS’ Community Engagement Program. I’ve also been working on a pro-bono project for a food security... +

MPS Supports Nonprofits Promoting Justice & Equality

In an ongoing effort to address the social and economic issues that continue to roil towns and cities across America, the staff at MPS has elected to direct our July corporate donations – $1000.00 each – to  three nonprofits dedicated to making real and lasting change. Equal Justice Initiative works to bring about criminal justice reform and racial justice by challenging excessive punishment and abusive prison conditions, and educating the... +

Patricia Stokes – On the move in the time of Corona

Hi Everyone!  Welcome to my home office in New Jersey.  Within the next month, after 28 years in New Jersey, we are making a move south to Chapel Hill, North Carolina to be near our grandchildren.  WFH is not something new to me as I have been remote for the last 10+ years, although the stack of moving boxes adds a new twist.  My role as Requirements Analyst for the Benefits Appeals and Memorials Program (BAM) affords me... +

Brian Wenzler’s Sunny DC Outlook

Hello from my home office in Washington, DC! As we hit the peak of summer, working from home has become routine again. It has helped that most of my previous projects over the six years I’ve been at MPS have been remote, which helped me to develop good remote work-from-home habits and stay focused on providing value to my clients. I definitely miss the in-person interaction with colleagues, but Microsoft Teams and socially-distanced, outdoor... +