Customer Service Training and Process Improvement Consultation Contract 2017-2022

Contract Description:

Maryland Governor Hogan launched a statewide customer service initiative in June 2015. The initiative calls for: 1) a renewed focus on a strong service culture and employee engagement; 2) performance metrics that create accountability and drive results; and 3) training for all state employees that reinforces the principles and expectations found in the new “Customer Service Promise,” which pledges that the State of Maryland will provide constituents, businesses, customers and stakeholders with services that are friendly, courteous, timely, responsive, accurate, consistent, accessible, convenient, truthful and transparent.

Many agencies will require support and assistance from external sources including consulting and training organizations. To that end, the Department of Budget and Management has issued contract awards to allow for value added, professional consulting, training & development and process improvement through a Customer Service Training Master Contract to support Agencies’ efforts to realize the Governor’s customer service initiative. Corporate Trainign Group (CTG) at Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) will provide Agencies with access to our consultants and training programs which provide expertise in customer service, employee engagement and process improvement.

CTG at AACC is authorized to provide business solutions for this contract.

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"AACC understands the adult learning process and was a delight to work with. They’ve added a lot and this training will serve as the driving force behind changes and improved job services at Goodwill of the Chesapeake."

Karen Pearson
Vice President, Workforce Development
Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake

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