PARSIPPANY, N.J., April 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Solix, Inc., a leading provider of program administration, qualification processing and customer care solutions for government and commercial clients, today announced it has released a white paper to assist public sector organizations in establishing best practices to effectively meet new requirements set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for the federal Lifeline program.
"Centralized Lifeline Administration: Effectively Managing Program Reform and Evolution" is free to download on the company's website at: http://www.solixinc.com/internet/government_programs.aspx
"With the release of its Lifeline Reform Order, the FCC initiated significant changes to modernize the program and enhance controls that minimize waste, fraud and abuse," said author Eric Seguin, Solix Vice President, Corporate Development & State Programs. "These laudable objectives will require numerous changes to Lifeline administration processes. Our white paper describes many of the benefits of centralizing administrative processes to implement the FCC's requirements while establishing flexible solutions that allow for program evolution in the future."
Solix's process outsourcing services provide complete program administration solutions for government and commercial clients. Customers choose Solix to manage programs with intricate rules-based criteria that are often subject to extensive regulatory guidelines. Eligibility determination and qualification processing, program integrity, customer care, and funds collection/disbursement are among the company's portfolio of services.
Media Contact: Gene King
SOURCE Solix, Inc.