Pennsylvania Attorney General Issues RFI for Receivables Management Services

Proposals for receivable management services are due Jan. 16.

1/10/2019 1:00 PM

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Issues RFI for Receivables Management Services

The Pennsylvania Attorney General is seeking vendors to assist with collection on delinquent claims owed to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania when current contracts expire this year.

“The types of delinquent claims vary and include but are not limited to:  tax, license, grants converted to loans, insurance premiums, tuition and higher education related expenses, pension, and statutory fees,” according to a Request for Information from the attorney general’s office.

The office’s Financial Enforcement Section manages a collections program “built around a standard dunning cycle comprised of in-house calls, letters, electronic correspondence, lien enforcement, and legal action.” If those attempts are not successful, the office employs vendors for receivables management. Three vendors are first-placement vendors and the fourth vendor presently receives all second placements and the office is engaged in a complete evaluation of its collections program including the optimal utilization of receivables management vendors.”

This request seeks information from which the Commonwealth may formulate specifications, requirements, realistic timeframes, and expense frameworks for its future utilization of receivables management services. PA-OAG has contracts with four receivables management services providers and the current contracts expire in June 2019.  The information provided to the PA-OAG in response to this RFI may inform the direction and approach in a future solicitation for receivables management services.

View the complete Request for Information for more details.

Proposals may be submitted to:

Alecia D. Peddigree, Issuing Officer

Office of Attorney General

14th Floor Strawberry Square

Harrisburg, PA 17120

apeddigree@attorneygeneral.gov

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