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Apter & O'Connor is proud to be a dynamic, current, and relevant authority on a wide range of topics and issues related to the public sector. As such, we're pleased to share with you the following news or noteworthy items: Be they new project or client announcements; notices of our participation in industry events or conferences; achievements or recognition of our team-mates; or instances of Apter & O'Connor in the news.

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7
Dec
2020

A&O wins bid to complete a Statewide Needs Assessment for the NYS Commission for the Blind

The New York State Office of Children & Family Services (OCFS) has selected A&O to conduct a comprehensive statewide needs assessment  for The New York State Commission for the Blind (NYSCB). NYSCB provides vocational and rehabilitation services to more than 4,500 consumers with blindness and visual impairment through seven district offices located throughout New York State.

2
Dec
2020

Gathering the right data and knowing how to use it . . . is what matters

Whatever you call it, everybody’s talking about it . . . and Apter & O’Connor is providing help in an individualized way!

A&O is working with a wide array of non-profits and coalitions to build their internal evaluation capacity so they can measure impact improve program planning and become more competitive for funding.

24
Feb
2019

A&O to guide the strategic planning process for the American Immunization Registry Association (AIRA)

Cynthia O’Connor heads to Savannah next month to facilitate a board retreat for AIRA. Cynthia has teamed up with Steve Schack of Clear Blue Associates of NYC for this engagement. Together, they are leading a five-month strategic planning and organizational capacity building process with AIRA’s senior staff and board of directors .

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