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Celebrating Public Service Recognition Week

May 3, 2021 • By

Last Updated: May 4, 2021

A photo headshot of SSA Commissioner Andrew SaulSince 1985, we have celebrated Public Service Recognition Week (PSRW) during the first week in May to highlight the significant contributions by employees throughout government. I have joined 63 federal agencies as a co-chair to this year’s PSRW letter. Please know that we are here to serve you and join me in thanking our dedicated employees.


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Andrew Saul, Commissioner, Social Security Administration

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  1. ANGELINE GULLO

    I’ve studied Graphology all my life so it was interesting to see all those wonderful Signatures. SO many different people all on the same Winning Team of Service to Others. I see you each as Humanitarians. May God Bless You all as you Bless others in the course of your Occupation.

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    • Abbas Hassan Osman

      hi dear my name abbas hassan osman I live in somalia I’m and my son mohammed abbas hassan osman and saddam abbas hassan osman and hassan abbas hassan osman and ali abbas hassan osman please help me I’m not business I’m not job I’m not money I’m poor man please help me

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  2. Dorothy B Hill

    I want to thank the hardworking public servants at the Social Security Administration. I especially want to express appreciation to my daughter and other family members who presently work for SSA and who continue helping our neighbors during these difficult times; especially during this Pandemic.

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    • Vonda

      Thank you, Dorothy! Your thoughts are important to us and we’re pleased when feedback is positive. We try hard to provide the best possible service to our customers and your satisfaction is our reward.

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      • Abbas Hassan Osman

        hi dear my name abbas hassan osman I live in somalia I’m and my son mohammed abbas hassan osman and saddam abbas hassan osman and hassan abbas hassan osman and ali abbas hassan osman please help me I’m not business I’m not money I’m job I’m poor man please help me

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  3. Mikel B.

    Being a Public Servant myself I want to say, “Thank you” for showing a dedication to so many that provide time and excellence to those in need. I have worked for FEMA since 2008 and prior to that I worked for the State of Texas for six years in Response and Recovery efforts for numerous disasters. During my time in Emergency Management I have met some of the most skillful, humble and dedicated people. With FEMA I work with numerous other agencies and charitable organizations all brimming with selfless workers banding together with a common goal, to help the survivors of cataclysmic circumstances to regain their lives and restore stability for their families with dignity and poise. Add this to all the other sectors of public service that have shined most brightly in the last 16 months in response to the COVID crisis I would say you really have your work cut out for you. I wish for you a guiding spirit. There is no way you can award the thousands of deserving people but you can honor them all with sound practices in your decision making. It is often that the upper crust that get most of the accolades but they could not have achieved anything without those with their boots on the ground and the heart to help their fellow man. Best of luck in your endeavors.

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    • Betty Gordon, Ames, Iowa

      Mikel, Very well written. Kudos to you.

      In the future, please have short paragraphs doublespaced for those of us who are neuro cognitive Lyme patients to be able to read and comprehend better.

      Thank you for your consideration when writing future comments.

      Thank you also for all the different types of work you have done.

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    • ALRAHIM S PEACOCK

      Thanks help us rais ssi please

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    • david deason

      Im deaf was born with it.are there any grants i can apply to get new
      Pairs

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