Student Loan Company Protests DeVos DecisionJuly 20, 2017 | :
by Danielle Douglas-Gabriel
One of the nine companies that manages the federal government’s $1.2 trillion portfolio of education loans is fighting to stop the Education Department from handing the job to a single contractor.
The Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority, commonly known as MOHELA, filed a protest this month with the Government Accountability Office over a contract solicitation the department amended in May. While the original contract sought to create a single online platform for use by multiple loan servicers, the Trump administration revised the terms to have one company build the portal and collect student debt on its behalf.
University of Utah
Sworn Police Officer
Assistant Vice President for University Police & Chief of Police
Middle Tennessee State University
Cybersecurity Specialist, Research
University of Cincinnati