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Social Security Administration falters in recording recipient deaths, GAO finds

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Agencies that spend billions of tax dollars on federal benefits struggle to communicate amongst themselves about what happens when a recipient dies, the Government Accountability Office has found. Once the Social Security Administration learns, for example, of the death of a beneficiary -- based on state records, family members or other agency alerts -- it then has to inform other agencies that...

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