Colorado Convention Center
Finance officers are faced with many difficult decisions in establishing and managing a government revenue collection function. Governments need to balance the need for process efficiency, strong internal controls, new technology, and citizen expectations. This seminar will feature several case studies from governments that have successfully implemented a modern revenue collection function, taking advantage of innovations in technology and banking services, while maintaining effective internal controls and mitigating risks. Speakers will discuss opportunities for centralized collections, better integration from across the organization within a financial system, and acceptable payment options.