Independent report

SSAC Occasional Paper 15: Universal Credit: priorities for action

This report makes recommendations to help ensure the effective roll-out of the rest of the Universal Credit programme.

Documents

SSAC Occasional Paper 15: Universal Credit: priorities for action

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Executive summary, Universal Credit: priorities for action

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The Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) has considered issues that do not seem to have been fully resolved but which are becoming more urgent as the Universal Credit rollout includes more complex cases.

We published the government response to this paper in December 2015.