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ACSI understands the environment in which government entities must manage their accounts receivable and has the experience and expertise to assist them in meeting their recovery goals.

ACSI has provided comprehensive, nationwide collection services to government entities since 1990. We work primary, secondary, and tertiary account placements for our government clients and provide a full range of services, including automated and semi-automated skip tracing, strategic letter and call campaigns, custom debt settlement negotiation and resolution, timely and accurate payment processing, supplemental services such as asset investigation and legal enforcement or referral (as permitted), and flexible reporting. Government entities we serve include:

  • Municipal — City and county municipalities are the grassroots community governments that interact locally with the people who reside in their jurisdictions. They are tasked with providing a wide range of day-to-day services to their constituents, including the more mundane services such as transportation, road/bridge maintenance, utility, water, sewer, and refuse and the more enforcement-related services such as city and county law enforcement, fire/EMS, and courthouse operations. The taxes and fees associated with the long list of services provided by municipalities are diverse and subject to an equally diverse set of local, state, and federal regulatory compliance mandates. Read more about ACSI’s municipal government service offering here.
  • State — States are tasked not only with providing statewide governance and centralized services support to all of the regional, geopolitical entities that comprise states’ frameworks, they must also comply with federal regulations and programs. This complex environment often requires states to juggle competing demands and balance the distribution of the available resources to fund them; thus, states rely heavily on various tax receipts to fund significant portions of their budgets, including taxes on business and personal income, property, sales, and lottery, to name a few. Read more about ACSI’s state government service offering here.