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KGS to Help FEMA Train Region II Grantees; Pat Moneymaker Comments

trainingKGS has won a contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to train grantees within Region II on financial, operational and compliance management.

The company will provide classroom and virtual training services for participants under FEMA’s preparedness, disaster and non-disaster grants in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, KGS said Monday.

“We are very excited to be able to partner with FEMA and Region II to help implement their transformative vision for how grants are managed across the region, ” said Pat Moneymaker, chairman and CEO of KGS.

KGS will also develop technical assistance to help transfer grantees to the workplace.

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