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SSI

(electronics)

SSI

(electronics)
small scale integration.

SSI

(computer)
A kind of PDP-11(?).

SSI

(World-Wide Web)

SSI

(1) See server-side include and single-system image.

(2) (Small-Scale Integration) A very early measurement of transistor density on a chip. SSI was less than 100 transistors. See MSI, LSI, VLSI and ULSI.
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Service areas include, but are not limited to, vocational assessments; individual / family / group counseling services; evaluations and life skills coaching to identify and remove barriers to selfsufficiency; application assistance for Supplemental Security Income and / or Social Security Disability Insurance programs for clients receiving the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) / Colorado Works program, or the Aid to Needy Disabled (AND) program.
He next looks at the topic of income maintenance and health insurance, examining private pension plans and public programs such as Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Medicare, and Medicaid.
This testimony discusses Social Security Administration (SSA) improvements in the claims process for its two disability programs, Disability Insurance (DI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
In 1997, Congress restored Supplemental Security Income to most immigrants who were already in the country when the law was enacted.
Among the issues discussed with Secretary Martinez were the importance of using all resources at HUD's disposal to adequately implement the Supreme Court's Olmstead decision, the critical housing shortage facing individuals with disabilities who rely on Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and the impact of public housing authorities' designation of public and assisted housing as "elderly only."
The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Program, Title XVI of the Social Security Act, is an income support program designed to maintain people at some minimal standard of living.
Tenders are invited for the establishment of one contract medical provider to establish a site in the capital district for the purpose of performing the state~s mandatory medical examinations and ancillary testing of claimants applying for or currently receiving, social security disability or supplemental security income benefits.
As a consumers' guide to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid benefits, and government pensions, this book contains information about retirement, disability, veterans, dependents, and survivors benefits; supplemental security income; how to apply for benefits; how to appeal a Social Security decision; federal civil service retirement; Medicare procedures; Medigap insurance; managed care plans; and state supplements to Medicare.
This final report describes the activities and outcomes of Opening Doors: Decisions about Life and Work Project, a project designed to assess the effectiveness of integrating information and support on Supplemental Security Income work incentives into the transition planning process for students with disabilities.
Social Security has two outstanding Web sites that map out employment-related provisions of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
The major sources of income for older Americans includes Social Security (35 percent); asset income (24 percent); earnings (24 percent); public and private pensions (15 percent); and transfer payments such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI), unemployment and veterans' payments (2 percent).

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