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Social Security Administration

Government A federal agency that administers social security and disability benefits. See Medicaid, Medicare.
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Although the president ignored medical care, the Social Security Board was actively involved in the drafting of the Wagner-Murray-Dingell bill of 1943, which included a new national health insurance plan.
For the development of the Social Security Board into an influential bureaucratic power, see Martha Derthick, Policymaking for Social Security (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1979).
Klem, a key economist within the Social Security Board, to I.
Without that provision, no state would have been able to independently administer its own program in the face of opposition from the Social Security Board or Hopkins.
Edwin Witte, who headed the CES and became the first Administrator of the Social Security Board, reported that nearly all the members of both the House and Senate committee who considered the Social Security Act were concerned about federal interference.
From 2002 to 2006, Lockhart served as deputy commissioner and chief operating officer of the Social Security Administration and as secretary to the Social Security Board of Trustees.
The Belize Social Security Board (SSB) is to acquire debentures worth $5 million, over and above shares worth $10 million in preferential allotment basis from the state-run utility.
Reports put out by the Social Security Board of Trustees estimate that by the year 2042 Social Security will be bankrupt.
The Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) has added its share totaling Rwf 350 million to the Agaciro Development Fund in two categories such as RSSB's personnel contributed Rwf 210 million and the institution itself added Rwf 140 million.
WHAT: The much anticipated report from the Social Security Board of Trustees on the financial status and long-term outlook for Social Security will be released to the nation on Tuesday, March 23rd.
The conference will discuss the issues concerning the implementation of the Unorganized Workers' Social Security Act, 2008 including the formulation of rules by the States under the Act, constitution of States Social Security Boards and registration of Unorganized Workers.

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