The State Administrator’s responsibilities include administer and maintain the federal-state Section 218 Agreement; negotiate modifications to the original Agreement; maintain in a secured location the state's master Agreements and modifications; and provide information to state and local public employers covered under Agreements in accordance with the Act. The State Administrator’s duties are essentially ministerial and not policy making. The Social Security Administration is responsible for making determinations. The State Administrator facilitates the process of obtaining timely determinations based on facts and applicable laws and rules.
The State Administrator is the official liaison between the political subdivisions and the Social Security Administration for coverage issues. The political subdivisions should consult with the State Administrator for all official interpretations and questions of application for Social Security coverage. If you find inconsistent interpretations from other sources, you should consult the State Administrator for the official method.
- Information for School Districts
- Information for Community Colleges
- Information for Other Political Subdivisions
- Publication 963-Federal & State Reference Guide