Debt Collection

The United States Department of the Treasury (Treasury) designated the Program Support Center as a federal debt collection center. The Debt Collection Center (DCC) has provided debt collection services to customer agencies since it was established in 1995; and has maintained designation status since May 2002. Treasury reviews DCC’s operations and renews its designation as a debt collection center on a recurring basis.

Debt Collection Services offered to all federal agencies include:

  • Manage debts using PSC’s Debt Management Collection System
  • Customized demand letters
  • Repayment Agreements and monthly billing statements
  • Referrals of debts to:
    • U.S. Department of Justice for enforced collection
    • U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Cross-Servicing Program and Treasury Offset Program
    • HHS’ Office of Inspector General for Medicare and Medicaid participation exclusion
    • Private debt collection agencies
  • Administrative wage garnishment
  • Credit bureau reporting
  • Regulatory and ad hoc reporting
  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS) 1099C and 1098E reporting

Contact Us

Debt Collection Center
pscdebtservicing@psc.hhs.gov
(301) 492-4664

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