Meet Nelnet Government Services

With decades of experience working with highly regulated organizations, Nelnet is a trusted strategic partner to all levels of government. With a deep understanding of the unique, complex challenges that come with compliance-intensive environments, Nelnet provides perceptive insights that help you achieve operational excellence while minimizing risk.

Our associates are dedicated to the critical functions of our partners and become a natural extension of your organization. Nelnet is your proven partner for managing and advancing vital business processes and deploying innovative technology solutions that increase your agency’s productivity and efficiency to better support the needs of the people you serve.

What We Do

We develop solutions that address the unique needs of your agency – and the people you serve. From migrating, modernizing, or re-architecting applications to achieving or maintaining accessibility to providing white-label customer service and support, our team of government experts delivers outstanding customer interactions and outcomes.

Explore Nelnet’s Contract Vehicles

Driven by a purpose to serve and known as an innovative provider of trusted, efficient solutions, Nelnet has helped government agencies at all levels meet increasing demands and deliver exceptional service for years. There are easy mechanisms for you to learn more and access Nelnet’s services through our contract vehicles.

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Government Levels We Serve

In offering flexible, innovative government services delivered by a team of experienced professionals working as part of your team, Nelnet Government Services provides unmatched value to our partners within all levels of government.

Contact Us

To explore how utilizing Nelnet’s expertise and capabilities can help your government organization overcome challenges and offer superior customer experiences, reach out today.

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