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Durable medicare cards

I have replaced my Medicare card twice already and going on the third time. They should be made out of a more durable material where the lettering and card do not become worn out. A plastic not as thick as a credit card but strong. And if it had a bar code on it to make it easier for medical professionals to verify benefits.it will save time and money

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Now Available – Geospatial Mapping @ SSA!

We recently launched our first public-facing geospatial map, the Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) Beneficiaries and Benefits by State 2014. The OASDI map provides a quick distribution of Social Security beneficiaries and benefit dollars by state, visualizing complex data and rendering it in a way that is easy to understand. This first map lays the groundwork for our publishing other public maps. The... more »

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New SSA Report: Surveys for Race Data on OASDI and SSI Programs

SSA recently releases a report that provides good information on Surveys for Race Data on OASDI and SSI Programs: A Comparison of Four Major Surveys. You can review it at: https://www.ssa.gov/policy/docs/rsnotes/rsn2016-01.html.

 

Researchers may access the four surveys discussed in the report directly via their public-use micro datasets available on their respective websites.

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Make possible account creation in My SocSec for non-USA resident

It is not possible to create a My Social Security if one has no USA Telephone number. Even a USA mailing address is required.

 

Unless I missunderstand the instructions, I must create such an account in order to interact with the SSA office in Oslo (since I am a resident of Sweden).

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CSV Data Files Now Available

In November 2015, we posted a CSV version of our Enterprise Inventory to improve its accessibility to human readers. You can find it at: www.ssa.gov/data/data.csv. We made this change in response to a comment through this forum. We welcome your ideas on data you’d like us to release, or ways to make our data more accessible.

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