San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join policy makers, executives, and authorities such as
- Michael Jordan, director of the Oregon Department of Administrative Services
- Representative Vicki Berger, co-chair of the Revenue Committee
- Jim Bucholz, director of the Oregon Department of Revenue
- Buz Mattson, president of Professional Credit Services, a major private collection firm in Oregon
along with representatives from
- Federal and State governments
- Private business
- and Non-profit public interest groups
to hear about and discuss the practices, challenges, objectives, plans, and aspirations in Government Debt Collection. Topics will include:
- the Legislative perspective on government debt collection, with State Senator Doug Whitsett and State Representative Vicki Berger
- a review of Oregon laws governing debt collection, including the Fair Practices Act
- Federal programs and opportunities to collaborate, with David Burgess, the program manager of the US Treasury's Treasury Offset Program (TOP) and Jeffrey Schramek, the Assistant Commissioner for Debt Management at the US Treasury
- Oregon debt collections practices, with Justice Paul DeMuniz, former Chief Justice of Oregon
Find out more information, including the agenda of the conference, at http://www.instituteformoderngovernment.org/?page_id=288
What are my parking options at this event?
The Truman Wesley Collins legal center, home to Willamette University's College of Law, is located just steps from the Oregon State Capital building and from other government offices on the mall and near downtown Salem. But for guests needing to drive to this conference, a very limited number of parking spaces near the legal center on the Willamette University campus will be available at a modest charge, and on-street metered parking may also be available.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact the lead sponsor of this conference, the Institute for Modern Government (IMG) at info@InstituteForModernGovernment.org or IMG CEO Catherine Webber at (503) 602-1188.