Benefits (Recommendations)

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The Administrative Conference of the United States (Conference) has undertaken many studies over the years relating to the Social Security disability benefits system.[1]  It has issued a number of recommendations specifically directed at improving the Social Security Administration’s (SSA’s) initial application and appeals processes,...

The Social Security Administration annually processes more than 1.5 million requests for Disability Insurance Benefits and Supplemental Security Income requiring a determination whether the claimant is disabled. The Administrative Conference has addressed various aspects of the Social Security Administration’s administrative procedures in earlier...

The federal government is engaged in either the direct administration or the funding of a substantial number of programs which involve the adjudication of claims of entitlement to benefits or compensation. Examples include veterans’ benefits; the basic Social Security (OASDI) programs; Medicare and Medicaid; public employee retirement benefits; federal employees’ and...

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