We have the proven capabilities and the dedicated expertise to help state and local governments in the current financial climate. Our first-hand knowledge and understanding of today's challenges comes from having supported government agencies and authorities dealing with issues ranging from planning and development to tax processing, utilities, finance, procurement, public safety and disaster relief. This demonstrated experience is critical, enabling us to tailor solutions to government entities' most complex banking and cash management problems.
State and local governments place their confidence in our expertise, counting on our team's skills and experience to provide measurable, long-term benefits.
We can help state and local governments to:
To speak with a government banking specialist, get in touch below or contact Mike Nevins, Head of Government Banking, at (518) 433-2531.
Learn about the unique security challenges facing federal, state and local organizations—and the steps every level of government can take to help prevent cyberattacks.Read white paper about The Cyber Threat to the Public Sector
Both governments and constituents can benefit from e-payment. Learn what to consider before making the move.Read article about How Governments Can Drive Adoption of Electronic Payments
Use this five-step process to help prepare your institution for an overhaul of your payables policy.Read article about 5 Steps to Refresh Your Payables Policy
Get an in-depth look at how your institution can create a refresh strategy to revitalize your payables policy.Read white paper about How to Develop a Payables Policy Refresh Strategy
Is your organization prepared to transition to electronic payments?Read more about From Paper to Electronic—Are You Prepared?
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Businesses with revenue under $20 million should contact Chase for Business.