State of Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation

PRESS RELEASE: K.L. Scott & Associates is Awarded Business Process Analysis Contract with the State of Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation

Baltimore, Maryland – January 25, 2017 - K.L. Scott & Associates has been contracted by the State of Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) to provide Business Process Analysis to review and suggest improvements to processes and accounting functions for SDAT’s Charter Filing, Business Personal Property, Franchise Tax and Public Utility Valuation Programs.

SDAT performs appraisals of real and personal taxable property at the market value and certifies them for local governments.  Maryland is the only state in the United States that provides a central governance of this assessment task.  The SDAT is composed of four (4) divisions – Real Property Valuation, Taxpayer Services, Finance and Administration, and Information Technology.  Each division is interconnected and influences the overall operations of the SDAT.  KLS&A will evaluate the current state of all the Department’s business processes, identify resource gaps that prohibit future-state efficiency, and provide a series of recommendations to improve how “things are done”.

About K.L. Scott & Associates LLC.

K.L. Scott & Associates (KLS&A) LLC is a management and information technology consulting firm which specializes in business process management, strategic planning, performance management, information management, and independent verification and validation (IV&V).  KLS&A provides these professional services to local, state, and federal government agencies.  The mission of KLS&A is to be the primary advisor to Federal, State and Local governments while creating an organization that provides career opportunities to low income areas that will both enrich the local community while providing professional services that will enable the public sector to operate effectively and efficiently for the tax payers which they serve.

 

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