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The home of Social Security Advisory Committee on GOV.UK.
Correspondence between SSAC and DWP about the Universal Credit surplus earnings and self-employed losses for Universal Credit claimants.
Neil Couling Director General, Change Group Department for Work and…
Victoria Todd Chair Social Security Advisory Committee Universal Credit…
As part of its independent work programme, SSAC is conducting research that examines how public funds can be used most effectively to support the mobility needs of disabled people.
Read the minutes of our monthly meetings and find out about the members of the committee.
Observations and recommendations on the department’s emergency response to COVID-19.
This call for evidence seeks views on the Claimant Commitment, which Universal Credit claimants need to accept in order to receive Universal Credit payments.
A statement by the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) on the outcome of a joint action point from DWP's response to SSAC's managed migration report.
A new report published today by the Social Security Advisory Committee highlights steps needed to improve the welfare of separated parents and their children.
The SSAC is consulting on government proposals for moving claimants to Universal Credit from other working age benefits.
Correspondence between SSAC and the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions about the entitlement of EEA nationals to Universal Credit.
This report assesses the effectiveness of the Claimant Commitment in Universal Credit.
This call for evidence seeks views on the financial position of separated parents and the social security system.
Kayley Hignell appointed to the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC).
A letter to the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions about the Universal Credit (Managed Migration Pilot and Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2019.
A Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) report on the draft Universal Credit (Managed Migration) Regulations 2018, and the government’s response.
SSAC response to the consultation on abolishing Class 2 NI and introducing a contributory benefit test to Class 4 NI for the self-employed.
This report explores the impacts of the benefit system on young people aged 16 to 24 who live independently of parents or other guardians.
The government’s response to the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) report about the effectiveness of the Claimant Commitment in Universal Credit.
A report on the Social Security (Lone Parents and Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2008 by the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC).
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