When someone is applying for or being reviewed for SSI or SSD , the Social Security administration should be able to view the claimants social networking pages.
There are many women and children being illegally microchipped, stalked, beaten and owned as sex slaves without their consent or knowledge. It seems no one want to legitimate deal with this situation of who is implanting us and the purpose. It is time to deal with this truth has it caused brutal harm and damage to a lot of people. Many people are misdiagnosed as bipolar and other mental illness when describing what is ...more »
I want to know how in the world does social security believe that a person can feasibly live off of 740 a month? They use some standard to determine what acceptable amounts for the cost of living. Have they not realized how much rent is? I have two kids and I am a single mom. My rent is 600.00 a month not including utilities and other basic needs. So with my monthly benefit check being 740.00 how in the world can a person ...more »
If someone has been in the U.S. of A. all their life adopted here, has an American birth certificate and at age 64 applied for their benefits, why not let them start receiving their money while SS does their investigation if they are really a citizen or not? They are not going to withhold their benefits from them anyway, so why hold it while they need to make this decision? They need to change how they do their investigations ...more »
Please consider changing the day that checks are deposited to dates rather than “Wednesday’s”
Perhaps 1st, 7th, 14th and 21st
I don’t know if anyone else using the Day if the week system as a monthly payday and it’s very awkward
It would be helpful for recipients of benefits to know the origin of their benefit. Specifically, what calculations are used for the benefit and what calculations are used for the deductions (e.g. Medicare). Many responsible recipients of benefits take their future seriously and would like to do long term budget planning, gifts to minors, charities, etc., etc. Without knowing the exact calculations, it is difficult ...more »
I live outside the country. The website does not allow for my full international phone number to be entered. It includes the country code which takes up the area code space... there is no area code!!
While we're at it increase the benefit amount!
If you have not reviewed some practical tips for being privacy smart, you might want to check out the National Data Privacy Day’s webpage at Stay Safe Online, https://staysafeonline.org.
It is a good idea to look at the expanding use of the SSA’s online services. There is a new dataset showing the number of applications for online replacement of the Social Security Cards. See this link, https://www.ssa.gov/open/data/SSN-replacement-card-online-apps.html.
I work in one of the Disability Processing Branch (DPB) . Some of us worked on fraud cases. I think it would be useful to have DPS grade GS-12, who handle different disability workloads, to provide inputs regarding data analysis and help in the mapping . It would be beneficial to the agency to have a working group with these selected DPS along with managers and other analysts. They can provide insights and useful feedback. ...more »
We are excited to release our first progress report update since establishing our Open Government Plan 4.0. We have updates on the following items: • our flagship project, the National Disability Forum; • SSA’s new Analytics Center for Excellence (ACE); • our progress in identifying and releasing data assets; • the implementation of a new FOIA Online tool; and • the use of agency data to generate public facing . ...more »
Social Security has updated an existing data set:
• We have released updated data on Telephone Interpreter Services (TIS) in Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Language.
If you have feedback on our data, or have ideas about what kind of data would be useful to you, please continue to share your feedback through this forum.