Describes findings from a process and impact evaluation of a Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) pilot project in Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin Social Security Disability Insurance Employment Pilot (SSDI-EP) has been one of four small state based projects authorized by the United States Social Security Administration (SSA) to begin testing a proposed benefit offset feature for the SSDI program. The main purpose of the pilots was to inform the design of a national demonstration of the benefit offset feature by providing SSA with information about implementation and preliminary findings about whether a SSDI benefit offset would result in desired increases in employment related outcomes. Results from both process and implementation evaluations of the Wisconsin pilot are contained within this report. (p. ix). (Abstractor: Author and Website Staff)

Full Publication Title: Testing a Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Benefit Offset: An Evaluation of the Wisconsin SSDI Employment Pilot