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Last week, Trooper Sanders participated in a panel attended by the Digital Benefits Coalition, a new group comprised of BDT, Beeck Center, Code for America, and New America, supported by The Rockefeller Foundation, who are united in the belief that open source digital infrastructure can be harnessed to facilitate faster, smarter, and safer public administration. The panel explored how to prevent another unemployment insurance meltdown in the U.S. and during the event, we discussed how the next administration can harness innovation to deliver smarter benefits solutions for America’s families.
Watch the panel
BDT is excited to announce that it has received a $200,000 planning grant from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund as part of its Special Projects and Emerging Ideas program. This grant funds a design collaboration that will allow us, alongside our partners at Michigan’s Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), to analyze and recommend data-driven, scalable ways that Medicaid Managed Care Organizations can help their members, ages 50 and older, connect to underutilized public programs like SNAP. Access to these vital resources can improve an individual's health and economic wellbeing, which helps to decrease avoidable healthcare costs.
Earlier this year, BDT was proud to provide advice to MDHHS that led to streamlining access to SNAP for students in career programs.
BDT was recently highlighted during Generocity's ADVANCE 2020 Conference in its Forward Focus series. Check out this Q&A with Trooper Sanders in which he talks about BDT's response to the pandemic and advancing racial equity.
We continue to hire and are conducting interviews remotely. We have open positions at all levels of experience and encourage you to share the openings with your network.
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