Mike Ginsberg, President and CEO of Kaulkin Ginsberg, will moderate a roundtable during insideARM.com and the iA Institute’s third annual Larger Market Participant Summit on Thursday, April 23, in Washington, D.C.
MyGovWatch.com is celebrating today, National Freedom of Information Day in the United States, by offering a unique promotion to companies aspiring to win government contracts.
Net Gain Marketing, Inc. (NGM) today announced that clients seeking to outsource the request for proposal (RFP) response development process can now do so with simple hourly billing offered through the firm’s SOLARIS bid writing program.
Navient (Nasdaq:NAVI), the nation’s leading loan management, servicing and asset recovery company, announced last week that it has acquired Gila LLC. The Austin, Texas-based asset recovery and business process outsourcing firm focuses on the state and local government market, serving more than 600 clients in 39 states.
Today, Coast Professional, Inc. (Coast) announced the promotion of Roxanne Baker to President of the organization and Board Member of the Board of Directors.
Broussard Partners & Associates (BPA), a division of PRA Government Services, LLC and PRA Group (Nasdaq:PRAA), today announced that Julius A. (J. A.) Cline has joined the company as senior examiner after more than 30 years with the Louisiana Department of Revenue.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Thursday announced that it has filed a federal lawsuit challenging the debt collection practices of an Atlanta-area county and the debt collection agency it uses to recover court fines and probation fees.
The Government Revenue Collections Association (GRCA) invites those working in government debt collection to its 6th Annual Collector Training, March 9-11, 2015 at the Westin Tampa Harbour Island in Tampa, Florida.
The government of the United Kingdom announced an initiative to recover some $35 billion in debt from back taxes, student loans, vehicle registrations, and other arrears. A new company will be formed to handle the contract, facilitated by the TDX Group, an Equifax company.
A federal judge this week sided with a consumer plaintiff in denying a motion to dismiss an FDCPA class action case. The collection agency defendant argued that the debt did not fall under the FDCPA because it was incurred in a transaction required by law. The case also involves a claim concerning disclosure through a clear envelope window, a recent development that is sure to pop up more frequently.