Gateway Debt Management
Gateway Debt Management is used by over 2600 units of government to report information on outstanding debt obligations, including bonds, loans, and leases. IC 5-1-8 requires units to report new debt through Gateway Debt Management within one month after the debt is incurred. In addition, the Department requires units to annually review and verify the accuracy of the debt information that is contained in Gateway Debt Management.
Debt Reports Due
The debt report deadline for all units is March 1, 2017. To fulfill this requirement, local officials will need to log in to Gateway at https://gateway.ifionline.org/login.aspx, enter the Debt Management application, review the debts previously submitted, and sign the affirmation statement indicating that all debt information is current and correct. Any missing or incomplete debt reports must be submitted before signing the affirmation statement. Similarly, any submitted debt reports with errors must first be unlocked, corrected, and resubmitted before the affirmation statement can be signed. Any reports for debts that have been fully refinanced or repaid must be marked as “retired” prior to signing the affirmation statement. If your unit has no debt outstanding, simply sign the affirmation statement to indicate no outstanding debt.
For assistance with your Gateway account, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Gateway Debt Management - January 5, 2017
Have questions concerning the Gateway application?
- Reference one of the Gateway user guides posted above. These guides include step-by-step instructions that can help & you complete most tasks in the application.
- Send an email to email@example.com. Multiple DLGF employees monitor this email address and can answer your questions concerning the technical aspects of the Gateway applications. Please remember to include in your email your name, your title, the name of your unit, and the county in which your unit is located.
- If you believe your question is easier to answer over the phone, feel free to call the Department at 317-232-3777 or toll-free at 888-739-9826.