Applicable Procurement Law:
MGL c. 7 § 22; c. 30, §51, §52; 801 CMR 21.00
In accordance with 815 CMR 9.00: Debt Collection and Intercept Departments are responsible for making diligent efforts to collect accounts receivable. Departments should be in compliance with the Accounts Receivable policy that pertains to a debt that is less than 120 days overdue.
The Office of the Comptroller, with designation from the Operational Services Division, administers Statewide Contract (SWC) PRF55Designated OSC – Debt Collector Services. There are six awarded Debt Collection Agencies (DCAs) on the SWC for Debt Collector Services. The duration of the SWC is a three-year period, starting on February 1, 2013 with an expiration of January 31, 2016 (with an additional two option years).
DCAs are private sector companies that specialize in the collection of delinquent debt. A DCA will attempt to find and contact a debtor by utilizing various tactics, such as skip tracing activities, sending collection letters, and making telephone calls, etc. Once a debtor is located and contacted, the DCA will encourage the debtor to satisfy the debt. A DCA may help a Billing Entity resolve the debt through negotiating a payment in full, a payment agreement etc.
SWC PRF55DesignatedOSC – Debt Collector Services aligns the Commonwealth debt collection services with industry standards and best practices including:
Related Policies and Compliance Documents:
For more detailed information on the Statewide Contract for Debt Collector Services, go to COMMBUYS and enter a contract search on PRF55DesignatedOSC. Here you can find reference material such as, vendor information and a Contract User Guide.
For any questions regarding the Statewide Debt Collector Contract, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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