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Reports

The General Accountability Office (GAO) or other governmental or not for profit organizations periodically issue reports on topics dealing with SSA’s disability programs.

The General Accountability Office (GAO) or other governmental or not for profit organizations periodically issue reports on topics dealing with SSA’s disability programs.

 



ARTICLES

OIG Issues Overpayment Reports
The Social Security Administration’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has issued yet another report criticizing SSA’s failure to make timely decisions in medical cessation cases. Read More

SSA OIG Issues Report
The Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) issued a report in February 2017 to determine whether the Office of Disability and Adjudication and Review (ODAR) timely processed its pre-effectuation reviews (PER) of favorable hearing decisions. Read More

GAO and OIG Reports Available
SSA Provides Benefits to Multiple Recipient Households but Needs System Changes to Improve Claims Management - GAO-16-674; Benefits Payable to Child Beneficiaries Whose Benefits Were Withheld Pending the Selection of a Representative Payee - OIG Audit Report A-09-16-50088 Read More

Social Security is Increasingly Crucial to Kids, Report Finds
Social Security plays a critical role in lifting a wide demographic of millions of Americans out of poverty. Read More


Reports: Articles






NEWSLETTERS

Disability Law News - October 2017 Issue
The Disability Law News is a quarterly newsletter published for DAP Advocates. In this issue, we discuss the newly amended NYS Public Health Law Sections 17 & 18, and Mental Hygiene Law Section 33.16 that ensures free access to medical records for government benefits applications. Be sure to check out the newest regulations, administrative decisions and court decisions as well. Read More

Disability Law News - July 2017
The Disability Law News is a quarterly newsletter published for DAP Advocates. In this issue, we summarize a policy change by SSA that exempts tax refund collection for old debts. Several new regulations, administrative decisions and court decisions are also discussed. Read More