Debt Collection: Improved Reporting Needed on Billions of Dollars in Delinquent Debt and Agency Collection Performance

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DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 1997 - 58 pages
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Reviews collection issues for nontax debts. Discusses outstanding lending program debt directly managed by Fed. agencies and programs under which Fed. agencies disbursed the loans, as well as defaulted guaranteed loans for which agencies reimbursed private lenders, and are now attempting to collect. Focuses on reported data on credit receivables and delinquencies for federally managed loans, the efforts at four major credit agencies to resolve delinquencies, the results of various legislatively established collection tools, and ways reporting can be enhanced to evaluate progress in collecting debt. Charts and tables.
 

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