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December 21, 1999 SSA is Y2K OK. Press Conference Remarks by Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner of Social Security
December 13, 1999 Social Security Administration Earns High Marks in American Customer Satisfaction Index Survey
December 13, 1999 Congressionally Mandated Changes to Retirement Benefits Set to Take Effect in 2000(Aquí en Español)
October 19, 1999 Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits will increase 2.4 percent in 2000, Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner of Social Security announced today(Aquí en Español)
October 8, 1999 Social Security Commissioner Kenneth S. Apfel Announces Federal Record Service Corporation Settlement 
September 30, 1999 Social Security Begins Issuing Annual Statements to 125 Million Workers
(Aquí en Español)

June 30, 1999 Social Security Increases Earnings Limit for Beneficiaries with Disabilities
June 7, 1999 Affective Disorder Demonstration Project at the Social Security Administration
May 27, 1999 Federal Judge Imposes Preliminary Injunction Against Federal Records Service Corporation
May 6, 1999 Social Security Commissioner Reacts To Federal Record Service Civil Suit
March 30, 1999 Statement by Commissioner Apfel on the 1999 Social Security Trustees Report
March 30, 1999 Social Security Trust Funds Gain Two Additional Years of Solvency
February 12, 1999 SSA Proposes Rule Change to Enable More Disability Beneficiaries to Return to Work
February 1, 1999 Statement From Kenneth S. Apfel, Commissioner Of Social Security On the Management Rating of the Social Security Administration by The Government Performance Project.
   
  
 
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