GERMANTOWN, Md. – As part of Kaulkin Ginsberg Company’s (KGC) expanding market intelligence series on KG Prime, their market research team recently retrieved and examined data regarding the U.S. federal government market segment, with guidance from Randy Kamm, founder and principal of Collection Quotient Consulting and subject matter expert for federal government opportunities on KG Prime.
The analysts studied both tax and non-tax related receivables, delinquencies, and write-offs, while exhibiting the Department of Education (ED) to provide context for the other federal government creditor agencies (e.g., IRS, Department of Agriculture, or Department of Energy).
Jared Lese, lead market research analyst at KGC stated, “Upon completion of our research initiative, the results of our examination confirm that although we almost exclusively hear about accounts receivable management opportunities with regard to ED, there are sizable and lucrative opportunities across the many other federal government agencies.”
To access KGC’s analyses on the federal government market segment, which includes an introductory podcast with Randy Kamm, key accounts receivable management related regulations, an overview of federal government creditor agencies, among others, become a member of KG Prime.
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About Randy Kamm
Randy Kamm has over 38 years of successful policy, operations, sales and advocacy results for private, not-for-profit and public sector organizations. He is the founder and principal of Collection Quotient Consulting, which specializes in providing strategic sales and marketing assistance, government and regulatory affairs and program support services to the credit and collection and customer care industries.