SSA creates new Web service

SSA creates new Web service

The Social Security Administration now lets senior citizens apply for replacement Medicare cards online.

SSA this month unveiled its latest online service on its Web site, at www.ssa.gov.

The Medicare card replacement application is the latest in a series of Social Security initiatives to meet the growing demand for online services, deputy commissioner William A. Halter said.

'We ask our customers what they want, and we make every effort to deliver,' he said.

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