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DMS Training & Events

2016 Annual Governmentwide Federal Receivables Management Symposium

Hosted by the Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Debt Management Services

Milestone Twenty: 1996 – 2016 and Beyond

Wednesday, May 18 and Thursday, May 19, 2016

National Transportation Safety Board Conference Center
429 L'Enfant Plaza, SW
Washington, DC 20594


(Metro stop: L’Enfant Plaza - Metro accessible and located on the Green Line)

Learn how the Fiscal Service can help you to identify, prevent, collect and resolve your agency’s receivables.

The Symposium is FREE OF CHARGE to federal agency participants.

All interested federal program, technical, and legal counsel should attend.

Guest Speakers:

  • David A. Lebryk, Fiscal Assistant Secretary
    U.S. Department of the Treasury

  • Sheryl Morrow, Commissioner
    Bureau of the Fiscal Service

The purpose of this symposium is to gather together debt collection and receivables management professionals from across the federal government who are involved in studying markets and consumption practices and employing related theories and methods to gain a better understanding of the industry. The Symposium will provide a platform for a meaningful dialogue among panelist, presenters and attendees.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Debt Collection and Improvement Act of 1996. The Symposium will feature updates about DMS' program areas including DNP, CRS and delinquent debt collection; the tools for collecting delinquent debt, data analytics, a variety of breakout sessions and networking tables available during breaks and lunch.

Presentation Materials:
Please note: We will not provide hard copies of the presentations at the symposium.

Required ID:
A government issued ID is not required for this training facility.

For questions, or if you have special needs (i.e., sign language interpreting), please contact Denise Hammond or Iris Green at (202) 874-6810 or e-mail Denise.Hammond@fiscal.treasury.gov or Iris.Green@fiscal.treasury.gov.

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