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In their down time they could help process cases.
Highly staffed? Hardly. More staffing than other agencies? Apparently so. Other agencies having abysmal staffing does not make SSA OIG "highly staffed".
Congress is highly staffed.
I don't understand the math here. If you look at Figure 6 of the report (http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/research/files/papers/2016/04/11-political-appointees-barriers-government-efficiency-effectiveness/oig.pdf), it says SSA OIG averaged 583 employees 2004 - 2014. So with a ratio in Figure 7 of 0.114, that means SSA averaged 5114 employees during the same time period (583/0.114). I think we all know SSA averaged more than 10 times that number! Where did Brookings get these numbers?
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