History of SSA 1993-2000


  1. Congressional Panel on Social Security Organization.  1984.  A Plan to Establish an Independent Agency for Social Security.  A Study Prepared for the Committee on Ways and Means. Washington, D.C.

  2. Department of Health and Human Services.  1991.  The Social Security Strategic Plan: A Framework for the Future.  Washington, D.C.: HHS.

  3. _____ 1993a.  Report of the Inspector General on the Social Security Administration’s Services. Washington, D.C.: HHS.

  4. _____ 1994.  The Challenge of Change: Rebuilding Public Confidence in Social Security. Washington, D.C.: HHS.

  5. H.R. 3734, Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, SEC.111. Development of Proto-Type of Counterfeit Resistant Social Security Card Required.

  6. National Commission on Social Security.  1981.  Social Security in America’s Future: Final Report, Cf. pp. 305-306.

  7. _____ 1983.  Report on Social Security Reform, Chapter 4.

  8. National Performance Review.  Creating a Government that Works Better and Costs Less. 1993. Washington, D.C.: NPR.

  9. _____ 1995.  Common Sense Government: Works Better & Costs Less.  Washington, D.C.: NPR.

  10. Presidential Executive Order 12871.  Labor – Management Partnerships.  1993.

  11. Presidential Executive Order 12862.  Setting Customer Service Standards.  1993.

  12. Social Security Administration (SSA).  1994.  Plan for a New Disability Claims Process. Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  13. _____ 1995a.  General Business Plan: FY 1996-1999.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  14. _____ 1995b.  Letter to Alice Rivlin, Director OMB from Shirley Chater.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  15. _____ 1996a.  Effective Leadership Needed to Meet the Daunting Challenges Social Security Administration.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  16. _____ 1996b.  General Business Plan: FY 1997-2001.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  17. _____ 1996c.  Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Report. – Test of Satisfaction Scales, A-02-92-02204.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  18. _____ 1997a.  General Business Plan: FT 1998-2002.  Washington, D.C.: SSA

  19. _____ 1997b.  Keeping the Promise, Strategic Plan 1997-2002.  Publication no. 01-001. Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  20. _____ 1997c.  Office of the Inspector General Semiannual Report to Congress, October 1, 1996–March 31, 1997.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  21. _____ 1997d.  Office of the Inspector General’s Report on Reading level for Spanish-Speaking Clients Receiving Social Security Administration Spanish language Notices.  A-06-96-62200.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  22. _____ 1997e.  Report to Congress on Options for Enhancing the Social Security Card. Washington, D.C.:  SSA.

  23. _____ 1998a.  Evaluation of Partnership.  Publication no. 23-092.  Washington, D.C.: SSA..

  24. _____ 1998b. Income of the Aged Chartbook

  25. _____ 1998c.  Management of the Supplemental Security Income Program: Today and in the Future.  Publication no. 05-10103.  Washington, D.C.; SSA.

  26. _____ 1998d.  Predicting Retirement Attrition for a Maturing Workforce.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  27. _____ 1999a.  Commissioner Apfel’s Testimony before House Committee on Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Security. Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  28. _____ 1999b.  FY 1998 Payment Accuracy (Stewardship) Report.  Washington, D.C.: SSA

  29. _____ 1999c.  The SSA Public Understanding Measurement System (PUMS), PUMS-I and PUMS-II Survey Results.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  30. _____ 1999d.  Social Security: Accountability Report.  Washington, D.C.: SSA

  31. _____ 1999e.  Social Security and Supplemental Security Income Disability Programs: Managing for Today/Planning for Tomorrow. Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  32. _____  1999f.  Update on Year 2000 and other Key Information Technology Initiatives (GAO/T-AIMD-99-259.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  33. _____  2000a.  Annual Report of the Board of Trustees. Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  34. _____  2000b.  Chronology of SSA events from 1993 – 2000.

  35. _____  2000c.  Early Retirees under Social Security: Health Status and Economic Resources. ORES Working paper Series Number 86.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  36. _____  2000d. Fast Facts & Figures: About Social Security.  Washington, D.C.: SSA, Office of Policy

  37. _____  2000e. Gathering and Using Customer Information to Improve Service to the Public. Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  38. _____  2000f.  Informing the Public About Social Security, Major Communications Accomplishments & Challenges.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  39. _____  2000g.  Mastering the Challenge: Strategic Plan 2000 – 2005.  Washington, D.C.: SSA, Office of Strategic Management.

  40. _____  2000h.  OASDI Fact Sheet, Office of the Chief Actuary. Washington, D.C.: SSA

  41. _____  2000i.  Organizational Culture Project, Final Report.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  42. _____  2000j.  Performance and Accountability Report for Fiscal Year 2000. SSA Pub. No. 31-131.  Washington, D.C.: SSA, Office of Financial Policy and Operations.

  43. _____  2000k.  SSI Monthly Update .  Office of Research, Evaluation and Statistics. Washington, D.C.: SSA

  44. _____ 2000l.  Social Security 2010 Vision.  Washington, D.C.:  SSA..

  45. _____ 2000m. Workforce Planning at the Social Security Administration.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  46. _____  2000n. 2000 A Strategic Plan: Social Security Administration.  Washington, D.C.: SSA.

  47. Social Security Administration Advisory Board (SSA-AB).  1997a.  Forum on a Long-Range Research and Program Evaluation Plan for the Social Security Administration: Proceedings and Additional Comments.  Washington, D.C.: SSA-AB.

  48. _____1997b.  How the Social Security Administration Can Provide Greater Policy Leadership. Washington, D.C:  SSA-AB.

  49. _____ 1997c.  Increasing Public Understanding of Social Security.  Washington, D.C.: SSA-AB

  50. _____ 1998a.  How SSA Disability Programs Can Be Improved.  Washington, D.C.: SSA-AB.

  51. _____ 1998b.  Strengthening Social Security Research: The Responsibilities of the Social Security Administration.  Washington, D.C.: SSA-AB.

  52. Social Security Act of 1935, Section 701, 42 U.S.C. 901.