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13 January 2022 — Alert
The Social Security Advisory Committee is advertising for a Committee member. The deadline for applications is 19 January 2022. Find out more and how to apply on the Cabinet Office Public Appointments website.
9 July 2021 — Correspondence
Correspondence between SSAC and the Minister for Employment about The Universal Credit (Coronavirus) (Restoration of the Minimum Income Floor) Regulations 2021
31 May 2021 — Independent report
Statement from Dr Stephen Brien – Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) Chair
2 March 2021 — Independent report
Report assessing the impact of COVID-19 on the benefits system and the measures needed to get people back to work.
20 December 2021 — Membership
Read the minutes of our monthly meetings and find out about the members of the committee.
6 January 2021 — Collection
These papers reflect the research we carry out to support the advice we give to ministers and the discussions we have with our stakeholders.
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