SSA seeks comments on proposed information gathering activities
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Monday, June 22, 2020

SSA seeks comments on proposed information gathering activities

By Payroll and Entitlements Editorial Staff

The Social Security Administration is soliciting comments from the public regarding several information gathering activities that have not yet been submitted to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for clearance.

Specifically, the SSA wants feedback on the need for the information solicited and its practical utility; the accuracy of the agency's burden estimate; ways to enhance the quality, utility, and clarity of the manner in which the information is collected; and ways to minimize the burden on respondents, including the use of automated collection techniques or other forms of information technology.

The information gathering activities for which comments are sought is listed in a notice in the June 5, 2020, Federal Register (85 Fed. Reg. 34703). Comments may be mailed or faxed to the addresses and numbers listed in the notice.

Comments due by August 4, 2020. Comments are due by August 4, 2020, for the following items, which have not yet been submitted to the OMB for consideration: Statement Regarding Marriage (SSA-753); Statement of Agricultural Employer (Year Prior to 1988; and 1988 and later)(SSA-1002, SSA-1003); Questionnaire About Employment or Self-Employment Outside the United States (SSA-7163); Internet Representative Payee Accounting, My Representative Payee Accounting, Representative Payee Report-Adult, Representative Payee Report-Child, and Representative Payee Report-Organizational Representative Payees (SSA-623, SSA-6230, SSA-6234, iRPA, myRPA); Student Reporting Form (SSA-1383, SSA-1383-FC); Advanced Notice of Termination of Child's Benefits & Student's Statement Regarding School Attendance (SSA-1372-BK, SSA-1372-BK-FC); Modified Benefit Formula Questionnaire (SSA-150); Employee Work Activity Questionnaire (SSA-3033); and Sheltered Workshop Wage Reporting.

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