Norwegian National Collection Agency

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Norwegian National Collection Agency
Government agency
Industry Financial service
Founded 1990
Headquarters Mo i Rana, Norway
Area served
Products Debt collection
Revenue Increase NOK 2,200 million (2006)
Number of employees
315 (2005)
Parent Norwegian Ministry of Finance

The Norwegian National Collection Agency (Norwegian: Statens Innkrevingssentral) is a Norwegian government agency responsible for the collection of all fines issued by the police as well as debt collection from defaulted government taxes or other government debts. The agency was founded in 1990 and is located in Mo i Rana. It is subordinate to the Norwegian Ministry of Finance and collects NOK 2.2 billion each year.