Date

Presenter

Testimony subject and related information

May 21, 2014
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
Testimony to Subcommittee on Social Security, Pensions, and Family Policy of the Senate Committee on Finance on Strengthening Social Security to Meet the Needs of Tomorrow’s Retirees
March 14, 2013
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
Testimony before the House Committee on Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Security on The Financing Challenges Facing the Social Security Disability Insurance Program
February 28, 2012
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
Testimony before the House Committee on the Budget Strengthening Health and Retirement Security
Dec. 2, 2011
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
July 13, 2011
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
Testimony to the Committee on the Budget, U.S. House of Representatives, "Medicare and Social Security: The Fiscal Facts"
July 15, 2010
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
Testimony to United States Senate Committee on Finance -- "Choosing to Work During Retirement and the Impact on Social Security"
July 17, 2007
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
Testimony before the House Budget Committee concerning the Social Security Administration's (SSA) efforts to reduce and correct improper payments
May 24, 2005
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
Testimony for the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Security about the Social Security Trustees Reports and the future financial status of the Social Security program.
Feb. 2, 2005
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
Testimony for the Senate Finance Committee about the future financial status of the Social Security program.
June 3, 2003
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
Testimony for the Senate Special Committee on Aging The Future of Human Longevity: How Important Are Markets and Innovation
April 9, 2003
Steve Goss, Chief Actuary
Testimony to the Senate Finance Committee about the financial status of the Social Security program, and the results presented in the 2003 Annual Report of the Board of Trustees.
June 10, 1999
Steve Goss, Deputy Chief Actuary
Testimony to the House Committee on Ways and Means to describe the work of the Office of the Chief Actuary in assessing the plans to reform Social Security that have been developed by Members of Congress