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Social Security: A-02-01-11014

Social Security: A-02-01-11014

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SOCIAL SECURITY 
MEMORANDUM
 
Date:
March 27, 2002
Refer To: To:
Jo Anne B. BarnhartCommissioner of Social Security
From:
Inspector General
Subject:
 
Performance Measure Review: The Social Security Administration’s TransitionPlanning (A-02-01-11014)Following consultations with congressional committees, the Office of the Inspector General agreed to review the Social Security Administration’s performance indicatorsover a continuous 3-year cycle. We recently completed our first 3-year cycle. Inconducting this work, we used the services of an outside contractor,PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP (PwC), to assist us in our efforts.For this report, we used PwC to conduct the review of two of the Agency’s performanceindicators related to its transition planning. The objective of the review was to assessthe reliability of the data used to measure the Agency’s transition planning efforts.Please comment within 60 days from the date of this memorandum on corrective actiontaken or planned on each recommendation. If you wish to discuss the final report,please call me or have your staff contact Steven L. Schaeffer, Assistant Inspector General for Audit, at (410) 965-9700.James G. Huse, Jr.Attachment
 
OFFICE OFTHE INSPECTOR GENERALSOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
PERFORMANCE MEASURE REVIEW:THE SOCIAL SECURITYADMINISTRATION’S TRANSITIONPLANNINGMarch 2002 A-02-01-11014
 EVALUATION REPORT 
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MissionWe improve SSA programs and operations and protect them against fraud, waste,and abuse by conducting independent and objective audits, evaluations, andinvestigations. We provide timely, useful, and reliable information and advice toAdministration officials, the Congress, and the public.
Authority
The Inspector General Act created independent audit and investigative units,called the Office of Inspector General (OIG). The mission of the OIG, as spelledout in the Act, is to:
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o0Conduct and supervise independent and objective audits andinvestigations relating to agency programs and operations.Promote economy, effectiveness, and efficiency within the agency.Prevent and detect fraud, waste, and abuse in agency programs andoperations.Review and make recommendations regarding existing and proposedlegislation and regulations relating to agency programs and operations.Keep the agency head and the Congress fully and currently informed ofproblems in agency programs and operations.
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To ensure objectivity, the IG Act empowers the IG with:o00Independence to determine what reviews to perform.Access to all information necessary for the reviews.Authority to publish findings and recommendations based on the reviews.VisionBy conducting independent and objective audits, investigations, and evaluations,we are agents of positive change striving for continuous improvement in theSocial Security Administration's programs, operations, and management and inour own office.

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