Debt Management Services (DMS)
As part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Bureau of the Fiscal Service, DMS works with federal government agencies to provide a comprehensive debt management program. We also provide debt collection services to the states.
- Annual Report to the Congress:
U.S. Government Debt Collection Activities of Federal Agencies - Fiscal Year 2015
- Annual Report to the States - Fiscal Year 2015
- For Individual & Business Debtors
- For Federal Agencies
- For State Agencies
- For Employers
- Legal Authorities: Quick Reference Charts
- Treatise on Federal Nontax Debt Collection Law
- Digital Accountability and Transparency (DATA) Act
- 31 CFR 285 - Final Rule
- DMS Quick Links A-Z
Updates & Highlights
Check the status of your federal tax refund through the Internal Revenue Service Web site.
Has Treasury contacted you about a nontax debt you owe? You can make a secure payment by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, or Discover) PayPal, or automatic debit using the *Pay.gov Web site. Pay.gov is a secure method hosted by Treasury's Fiscal Service.
The "Offsets Matter" newsletter is distributed quarterly and provides the latest information for state agencies on TOP's State Income Tax Program, State Reciprocal Program, Child Support Program, and Unemployment Insurance Compensation Program.
Monthly update and reporting requirements, reporting schedule, agency contact information, and FY 2014 Revision of the Treasury Report on Receivables and Debt Collection Activities.