The Office of the Chairman of the Administrative Conference of the United States has released its report to the Social Security Administration on Evaluating Subjective Symptoms in Disability Claims. The report and appendices can be found on the project page, at acus.gov/symptom-evaluation. Executive Director Matthew Lee Wiener and Attorney Advisor Stephanie Tatham's findings are based on extensive research regarding
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The Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS) was established by statute in 1964 as a means of bringing together the best thinking from the public and private sectors to find ways to improve the functioning of federal agency programs. A full-time staff, currently only 15 people, works with a membership of approximately 100 senior government officials, academics, attorneys, and other experts, to research issues of administrative pr
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently introduced a new online tool, “eRegulations,” designed to make agency regulations easier to understand. The pilot project uses CFPB's Electronic Fund Transfers rule (Regulation E), 12 C.F.R.
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