Washington, DC – Today, the Board published its FY 2022 Annual Report, summarizing its accomplishments for the year. These include presentations and reports on the following topics:
- IT Systems Modernization. The Board hosted the final three public sessions in its seven-part systems speaker series on IT issues. Session participants discussed cybersecurity challenges in both the public and private sectors, Federal IT acquisition, and user-friendly secure systems.
- Social Security Disability. The Board released a report examining the medical evidence collection process in adult disability claims. It recommends that SSA research ways to improve evidence collection to support more timely decisions.
- Service to the Public. The Board hosted two experts in a public session on researching and evaluating equitable access to Social Security. The Board also published a report on how using evidence can enhance Social Security’s service equity.
- Supplemental Security Income. The Board published its annual SSI statement urging SSA to introduce an online application specifically for older adults. The Board hosted a public policy briefing on Social Security Marriage Penalties.
To access past annual reports, visit the Board’s Collected Annual Reports page.
The Board’s mission is to advise the President, Congress, and Commissioner of Social Security on the Social Security and Supplemental Security Income programs. The Board is comprised of Presidential and Congressional appointees with professional staff.