(a) In accordance with 31 U.S.C. 3716, the FDIC as a creditor agency must notify the Secretary of the Treasury of all debts that are delinquent (over 180 days past due), as defined in the FCCS, to enable the Secretary to seek collection by centralized administrative offset. This includes debts the FDIC seeks to recover from the pay account of an employee of another agency by means of salary offset.
(b) For purposes of centralized administrative offset, a claim or debt is not delinquent if:
(1) It is in litigation or foreclosure;
(2) It will be disposed of under an asset sale program within one year after becoming eligible for sale;
(3) It has been referred to a private collection contractor for collection;
(4) It has been referred to a debt collection center;
(5) It will be collected under internal offset, if such offset is sufficient to collect the claim within three years after the date the debt or claim is first delinquent; and
(6) It is within a specific class of claims or debts which the Secretary of the Treasury has determined to be exempt, at the request of an agency.
Title 12 published on 2012-01-01
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