Treasury announces partnership with digital wallet providers PayPal, Dwolla for online payments

Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service (Fiscal Service) today announced that, the government’s secure web based collection portal for payments to federal agencies, now offers both PayPal and Dwolla as payment options. This implementation is part of an ongoing effort to move away from paper-based processes to more efficient and secure electronic transactions for the Federal Government.

“Digital wallets provide convenience, simplicity, and a trusted customer experience, while achieving cost effectiveness for the Federal Government,” said Corvelli McDaniel, Assistant Commissioner for Revenue Collections Management for Fiscal Service. “We are committed to operational excellence and continually improving our business processes; digital wallets help us achieve that goal.”

PayPal and Dwolla are providers of digital wallet services providing customers with options to initiate transactions via the Internet or mobile application without the need to enroll in a system or provide personal information. For more information about Paypal and Dwolla, visit their websites at and, respectively.

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