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Social Security Disability Benefits: Agency Could Improve Oversight of Representatives Providing Disability Advocacy Services
Daniel Bertoni (au)
For years, states and counties have helped individuals who receive state or county assistance apply for federal disability programs. Federal benefits can be more generous, and moving individuals to these programs can allow states and counties to reduce their benefit costs or reinvest savings into other services. Some states have hired private organizations to help individuals apply for federal benefits, but the extent and nature of this practice is not well-known. This report examines (1) what is known about the extent to which states have Supplemental Security Income/Disability Insurance (SSI/DI) advocacy contracts with private organizations; (2) how SSI/DI advocacy practices compare across selected sites; and (3) the key controls SSA has to ensure these organizations follow SSI/DI program rules and regulations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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