Social Security – House Holds Hearing on “Modernizing Social Security’s Information Technology Infrastructure”

Last week, the House Committee on Ways and Means, Subcommittee on Social Security held a hearing on “Modernizing Social Security’s Information Technology Infrastructure”. Witnesses were Robert Klopp, Deputy Commissioner, Chief Information Officer, Social Security Administration; Richard E. Warsinskey, President, National Council of Social Security Management Associations; Kimberly Byrd, Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Audit, Financial Systems and Operations Audits, Office of the Inspector General, Social Security Administration; Valerie Melvin, Director, Information Management and Technology Resources Issues, Government Accountability Office; and William Hayes, Principal Engineer, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University. Visit the Committee web site to access testimony or view archived video of the hearing.