September 20-22, 2022

KPMG at the NASWA 2022 Summit

Dr. James Moore Jr.

Dr. James Moore Jr.

Principal, Tax, Economic & Valuation Services, KPMG US

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Stephanie Gore

Stephanie Gore

Director, Advisory, KPMG US

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KPMG had the pleasure of participating in the 2022 National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) Summit that took place on September 20th through 22nd. The conference brought together state workforce agencies and thought leaders around an array of important information and practices surrounding workforce, unemployment insurance, labor market information, IT, and other issues.

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