Your source for news affecting the U.S. Social Security Administration/© Charles T. Hall
The link would not work, thanks for the heads up though.
That's interesting considering the agency has barred Senior Attorney Advisors from making their own determinations for some years now, and there's a general understanding amongst the unions that the agency would like nothing more than to kill the Sr Attorney program entirely.
Great! Now to get SSA to use the resource it has available.
Office of Chief Administrative Law Judge in OHO just announced a detail for 25 senior attorney advisors to perform on-the-record review of cases and issue FF decisions. Applications from interested attorneys were due yesterday.
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