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Supplemental Security Income Computerized System Development Process
HRD-80-5: Published: Oct 16, 1979. Publicly Released: Oct 16, 1979.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) needs to develop a structured and planned approach for managing and controlling the design, development, and modification of its Supplemental Security Income (SSI) computerized system. The system is used to help maintain beneficiary information and administer benefit payments to over 4 million needy aged, blind, and disabled individuals. Erroneous payments...
GAO Recommendations for Improving the Management of Social Security Administration Programs
109035: Apr 9, 1979
A review was conducted of the efficient use of public funds and the identification of weaknesses and improvements needed in the administration of social security programs. Audit activities at the Social Security Administration indicate millions of dollars have and continue to be misspent and overall accurate figures are not available. Social Security recently established an Office of Payment Eligi...
Social Security Should Improve Its Collection of Overpayments to Supplemental Security Income Recipients
HRD-79-21: Published: Jan 16, 1979. Publicly Released: Jan 26, 1979.
Recovery or waiver by the Social Security Administration (SSA) of overpayments to Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients continues to be a problem. Additional improvements are needed if SSA is to achieve uniformity and objectivity in resolving overpayments and reduce an unresolved backlog of over 1.2 million overpayments.From January 1974 to September 1978, $27.9 billion was paid in SSI ben...