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The Social Security Administration’s Plan to Reduce Improper Payments Under Executive Order 13520, as Reported in March 2011

September 29, 2011

Did you know that each Federal agency must issue an annual report on improper payments it made during the prior year? It is the Inspector General’s responsibility to determine whether the agency’s figures presented were accurate and if the agency complied with all of the requirements of the 2009 Executive Order on Reducing Improper Payments. This is SSA/OIG’s evaluation of SSA’s reported improper payments for 2010.Read the full report

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