LIHEAP Reporting System
The LIHEAP Reporting system assists State Agencies in streamlining reporting requirements mandated by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) by creating a statewide client intake system for LIHEAP agencies. The LIHEAP Reporting System also allows Utility Vendors to report on the annual usage and cost burdens for clients who receive LIHEAP assistance. The data provided from the Sub-Grantees and utility vendors is then reconciled and aggregated by the State Agency to determine the level of impact being made with the funds allocated by HHS. The system keeps a historical record of clients by service, captures their poverty level rate, reduces duplication of services, but most importantly, increases visibility of benefits to households. Our LIHEAP system has been successfully implemented and employed in the states of Missouri and Texas.
CSBG Organizational Standards Systems
The CSBG Organizational Standards system is a document manage software that allows State Departmental staff to streamline their administrative and review efforts. This software eliminates the use of traditional mail by allowing users to submit large amounts of documents in a paperless format. Sub-Grantees will be provided the ability to create Field Assessment Guides each fiscal year, upload documents, and associate those documents to multiple standards. The system is equipped with automatic email notifications, user permissions, and tool-tips. Both states of Missouri and Texas have utilized this system for the past fifteen years.
HSCP Client Management System
Over the last 10 years, PCG has worked with Leon County to build the HSCP Client Management System. From a technology, audit, and financial reconciliation perspective, the System assists in achieving that important mission.
This web-based, relational database system allows the County and its community partners to accurately and efficiently track clients, establish eligibility, track services delivered, and compensate partners. Perpetually and accurately assessing and monitoring client eligibility ultimately saves money for Leon County taxpayers while utilizing state-of-the-art technologies reduces long-term costs.
The HSCP Management System allows the County and its partners to work together by giving them a secure and easy-to-use portal where client eligibility can be tracked and supporting documents can be easily uploaded.
CHSP Grants Application Portal
CHSP is a grants allocation process that is administered through a partnership with the City of Tallahassee and Leon County Government.
Paul Consulting Group created a custom Grants Application Portal that includes a unified communications system for CHSP staff to communicate with agencies and volunteers along with reporting capabilities that provide data to each funder.
Paul Consulting has been a tremendous partner to work with in creating a new CHSP Portal. Their partnership has far exceeded the 'contract relationship' one normally has with a vendor throughout this process. And this donation (free hosting for 3 years) is yet another shining example of how they have continued to bring not only value, but also care and investment to our community.
President & CEO of United Way of the Big Bend
Department of Economic Opportunity eCDBG & eGrants
The Grants Administrations System captured and reported data at the Federal, State, Agency, and County levels. The system encompassed: Agency Information, Contract Information, Building Work Reports, Monthly Financial Status Reports, Detailed and Management Financial Reports, and auditing reports. The System tracked and reported over 300 million dollars annually in grants for Housing and Community Development. Both systems were highly-integrated with the Florida's Accounting Information Resource (FLAIR) system.
AHCA Enterprise & SunFocus
Over the last several years, Paul Consulting Group has worked closely with the Agency for Health Care Administration (“AHCA”) on the development and implementation of a high-transaction and mission-critical enterprise level system used for financial management.
The AHCA Enterprise System contains an interface to the State of Florida FLAIR statewide accounting system, the Oracle PeopleSoft statewide personnel tracking system, and the SUNCOM statewide phone system.
The AHCA Medicaid module of the SunFocus system is used to track approximately $700 million dollars in Medicaid funds for the State weekly. The project involved working with AHCA to convert complicated manual practices to a secure, comprehensive, and streamlined web-based solution to automate mission critical divisions and determine best practices for the Agency, external partners, and with the Federal government.