SSA will start electronic newsletter

SSA will start electronic newsletter

By Tony Lee Orr

GCN Staff

FEB. 22'The Social Security Administration will begin publishing an electronic newsletter next month.

People can sign up to receive Social Security e-news by providing their e-mail addresses at the agency's Web site, at www.ssa.gov. They can also go directly to the subscription form at www.ssa.gov/enews.

"Social Security e-news will provide the latest Social Security information to subscribers the minute it is made public," said William Halter, SSA's deputy commissioner.

Each brief story in the newsletter will be linked to a full report on SSA's Web site, officials said. Readers will also be able to receive breaking news about specific topics they select.

The newsletter is written by SSA's Office of Communication.


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