Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 09, 2012
CSG Government Solutions, a national leader in government program modernization, today announced that Joe Mamlin has been elected to the National Child Support Enforcement Association (NCSEA) Board of Directors.
Mr. Mamlin is a Principal in CSG’s Healthcare and Human Services practice. He has over 20 years of experience in directing human service programs, and currently focuses on supporting the states as they seek to modernize child support programs.
“As a former State Child Support Director in Indiana, Joe understands the challenges that state and local agencies face each day,” says Andrea Danes, Director of CSG’s Healthcare and Human Services practice. “He has a vision for the program’s future. His leadership and expertise represent a valuable contribution to NCSEA.”
Joe is an Honorary Life Member and has previously served NCSEA as a member of the Board of Directors and as an officer. He will serve a three-year term beginning September 1, 2012.
CSG Government Solutions continues to increase its presence across the United States. The company deploys highly experienced teams and its CSG REALize℠ collection of innovative methods, knowledge, and tools to help governments modernize complex program enterprises. CSG clients include over 30 state governments, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and large municipal governments.
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CSG Government Solutions is a growing government operations consulting firm focused on helping states modernize critical program enterprises. Our highly experienced teams employ our CSG REALize℠ collection of innovative methods, knowledge and tools to help governments modernize their technology and business processes to meet the challenges of administering increasingly complex programs. Founded in 1997, CSG has established itself as a trusted adviser to government agencies throughout the U.S.