941.Are services performed by employees for the District of Columbia covered by Social Security?
If you work for the District of Columbia and its wholly owned instrumentalities, including work as a substitute teacher in the District school system, your services are covered by Social Security beginning October 1, 1965, unless:
Your work is covered by a retirement system established by a law of the U.S.; or
Your services are specifically excluded by some provision of the law; or
You are performing services as any of the following:
A patient or inmate of a District of Columbia hospital or penal institution;
A student employee of a District of Columbia hospital (including a student nurse, dietitian, and physical or occupational therapist but, not a medical or dental intern or resident in training);
An employee serving on a temporary basis in case of fire, storm, snow, earthquake, flood, or other similar emergencies; or
A member of a board, committee or council of the District of Columbia paid on a per diem, meeting, or other fee basis.
Last Revised: Jun. 30, 2004