Senate Holds Hearing on Reduction in Face-to-Face Services at the Social Security Administration

Last Wednesday, the Senate Special Committee on Aging held a hearing on “Reduction in Face-to-Face Services at the Social Security Administration.” Witnesses were Tammy DeLong, Aroostook Area Agency on Aging, Presque Isle, ME; Nancy A. Berryhill, Deputy Commissioner for Operations, Social Security Administration; Scott Hale, President, National Council of Social Security Management Associations; Brenda Holt, Commissioner, Gadsden County, FL. Visit the Committee website to view archived videos of the hearing, opening statements by Chairman Bill Nelson (D-FL) and Ranking Member Susan Collins (R-ME), and written testimony. Additionally, a Committee staff memo summarizes the Committee’s investigation into face-to-face service reductions in advance of the hearing.

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