Social Security Administration Federal Grants

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Social Security Economic Recovery Act Payments
The new program is the $13 billion in Economic Recovery Act payments that SSA will be paying recipients in May 2009.

Social Security State Grants for Work Incentives Assistance to Disabled Beneficiaries
To comply with the Ticket-to-Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act legislation passed in December 1999, permitting the SSA to make payments to each State to the protection and advocacy system established for the purpose of providing services to...

Social Security-Benefits Planning, Assistance, and Outreach Program
To comply with the Ticket-to-Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act (TWWIIA) which was passed in December 1999, and reauthorized by the Social Security Protection Act of 2004, which requires the SSA to establish a community-based work incentives...

Social Security-Disability Insurance
To replace part of the earnings lost because of a physical or mental impairment, or a combination of impairments, severe enough to prevent a person from working.

Social Security-Research and Demonstration
(1) To conduct social, economic, and demographic research on topics important to the Social Security Old Age, Survivors and Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs and the current and future well-being of their...

Social Security-Retirement Insurance
To replace part of the earnings lost due to retirement.

Social Security-Special Benefits for Persons Aged 72 and Over
To assure some regular income to certain persons age 72 and over who had little or no opportunity to earn Social Security protection during their working years.

Social Security-Survivors Insurance
To replace part of the earnings lost to dependents because of the worker's death.

Special Benefits for Certain World War II Veterans
To pay a special benefit to certain World War II veterans, who are eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits and meet other specified criteria for each month that they reside outside of the United States.

Special Benefits for Disabled Coal Miners
To pay benefits to coal miners who have become disabled due to pneumoconiosis (black lung disease) or other chronic lung disease arising from coal mine employment and their dependents or survivors.

Supplemental Security Income
To ensure a minimum level of income to persons who have attained age 65 or are blind or disabled, and whose income and resources are below specified levels.

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