Thursday, September 13, 2012 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET Duration: 1 hour
The recession’s impact on state and local government remains challenging, but governments are seizing the opportunity to aggressively explore new ways to maximize revenue collection. GOVERNING’s 2012 State and Local Government Debt Collections Survey examines how governments across the nation are looking to their delinquent debt collection programs to increase revenue.
Join us as we discuss the results from the 2012 State and Local
Government Debt Collections survey conducted by GOVERNING Research.
We’ll share findings on:
How the current economic environment has impacted public-sector collection efforts
Challenges faced by the public sector in the debt collection process
Current public-sector debt collection practices
Collection tools that are (and are not) being used by the public sector
Best practices for improving the collection of delinquent taxes, child support, fines and fees
Products and services that streamline operations and maximize revenue
Moderator: Joseph Morris Lead Analyst GOVERNING
Alexandra Siotos Senior Director Experian Global Consulting Practice for Collections
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