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Read the minutes of the Social Security Advisory Committee meetings.
Social Security Advisory Committee meeting dates for 2022: 26 January 16…
The Freedom of Information Act (FOI) gives people the right to ask any public sector organisation for all the recorded information they have on any subject.
A register of the business interests of Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) members.
The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions has confirmed the reappointment of Phil Jones as a Member of the Social Security Advisory Committee.
The home of Social Security Advisory Committee on GOV.UK.
Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) Freedom of Information (FOI) releases for 2022.
This briefing note sets out conclusions and recommendations for out of work benefit reform.
A new SSAC report assesses the future of working age contributory benefits for those not in paid work.
This report assesses the future of working age contributory benefits for those not in paid work.
Correspondence between SSAC and the Minister for Welfare Delivery about the Social Security (Habitual Residence and Past Presence) (Amendment) 2022 regulations.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) response to the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) report about how DWP involves disabled people when developing or evaluating programmes that affect them.
Correspondence from SSAC to the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on amendments to regulations to support the Way to Work campaign.
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