President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security
    [Federal Register: August 8, 2001 (Volume 66, Number 153)]
    [Page 41648]
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    President's Commission To Strengthen Social Security
    AGENCY: Social Security Administration (SSA).
    ACTION: Notice; comments requested.
    SUMMARY: The President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security is
    seeking ideas from the public about how to address the financing
    problems facing Social Security in preparation for its September 2001
    public hearings.
    DATE: Submissions required by August 15, 2001.
    SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Purpose: At its September 6 and September 21
    hearings, the Commission would like to hear from the American people
    about their ideas for how to address the financial problems facing
    Social Security. The Commission seeks a broad range of ideas that will
    help the members craft recommendations to modernize and restore fiscal
    soundness to the Social Security system, as required by Presidential
    Executive Order 13210.
        The commissioners welcome comment from any individual or
    organization regarding how best to preserve and strengthen Social
    Security. Areas of particular interest are:
         How to financially sustain the Social Security system.
         How personal accounts, if they are part of your Social
    Security solution, should be financed, structured and administered.
        Send comments to the Commission:
         Internet at using address:; or
         Mail to President's Commission to Strengthen Social
    Security, 734 Jackson Place, NW, Washington, DC, 20503.
        Dated: August 3, 2001.
    Michael A. Anzick,
    Designated Federal Official.
    [FR Doc. 01-19849 Filed 8-7-01; 8:45 am]
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