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    The men and women of the Social Security Administration are the stewards of the Federal Retirement, Survivors and Disability Insurance programs, as well as Supplemental Security Income for the aged, blind and disabled. With a workforce of approximately 65,000 employees in 1,300 service locations across the country, our mission is to advance the economic security of the nation's people through compassionate and vigilant leadership in shaping and managing America's Social Security programs.

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    The Deputy Chief Actuary for Short-Range Actuarial Estimates in the Office of the Chief Actuary is responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating the development of the short-range cost estimates for all Social Security programs both under current provisions and proposed changes in law or regulations. As Deputy Chief Actuary, the incumbent develops special cost analyses involving technical actuarial issues; projects short-range operations of the Trust Funds; projects expenditures under the Supplemental Security Income program; provides a variety of data services including data collection, statistical support; and prepares estimates for general fund and interprogram reimbursements.

    S/he advises the Chief Actuary on all matters of concern and serves as an actuarial consultant to the Commissioner of Social Security, and as requested provides actuarial services and advice to SSA components and to Congressional committees. The incumbent provides executive direction to the Office of Actuary, one of the largest and most versatile staffs of professionally trained and experienced actuaries in the Federal government.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    1510 Actuarial Science

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