SSA became the first Federal agency
to publish its FY 2000 Performance and Accountability Report
SSA's Performance and Accountability Report for FY 2000 provides full
disclosure of SSA's financial and programmatic operations. In prior years,
the Report was titled SSA's Accountability Report and for FY 2000 was
renamed to comply with the Reports Consolidation Act of 2000. With its
issuance on December 1, 2000 -- 2 months after the close of the fiscal
year -- SSA became the first Federal agency to publish its FY 2000 Performance
and Accountability Report. FY 2000 marks the Fourteenth year that SSA
has published audited financial statements, the seventh year that SSA
has received an unqualified opinion on its financial statements and the
sixth year that SSA has consolidated statutorily required financial reporting
into a single report.
Highlights of SSA's FY 2000 Performance and Accountability
Report include a Ten-Year Summary of Financial Highlights and Management's
Discussion and Analysis (MD&A). The MD&A consists of five sections: SSA's
Mission, Programs and Organizational Structure which includes a description
of SSA's programs; Major Issues Facing SSA; Performance Goals and Results;
Highlights of SSA's Financial Position; and Systems and Controls as well
as SSA's Government Performance and Results Act Annual Performance Report.
The report contains a message from SSA's Commissioner, SSA's audited financial
statements, supplemental information and program and financial performance
categorized by SSA's business processes and service delivery interfaces.
It also includes the Office of Inspector General's (OIG) report on the Audit
of SSA's FY 2000 Financial Statements and the OIG's semi-annual Report to
| Note: SSA's Performance and Accountability Report
for FY 2000 is in Portable Document Format (PDF) format. You must
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version of the files which are listed below.