BOND Implementation and Evaluation: Process Study Report

Publisher: Washington, DC: Social Security Administration, Office of Research, Demonstrations and Employment Supports
Feb 12, 2015
Authors
Michelle Derr, Denise Hoffman, Jillian Berk, Ann Person, David Stapleton, Sarah Croake, Christopher Jones, and Jonathan McCay

The Benefit Offset National Demonstration (BOND) tests variants of Social Security Disability Insurance program rules governing work and other supports. This report summarizes the findings of the process analysis to date, focusing primarily on BOND implementation in each site from September 2012–September 2013. The study found that counseling services were delivered as intended and service use increased demonstrably, which coincided with additional outreach. The percentage of treatment subjects who have used the offset has grown steadily over time, despite delays stemming from the processing of benefits adjustments. 

Project

Benefit Offset National Demonstration (BOND) Implementation and Evaluation

Funders

Social Security Administration

Time Frame

2009-2018

Senior Staff

Denise Hoffman
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Michelle Derr
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Ann Person
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David Stapleton
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Jillian Berk
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