Carolyn W. Colvin began her public service career in Maryland in the office of U.S. Senator Paul S. Sarbanes in 1982. Her distinguished public service career includes positions as Deputy Commissioner of Administration for the Baltimore City Health Department (1984 – 1988), Secretary of the Maryland Department of Human Resources (1989 – 1994), Deputy Commissioner for Operations, Social ...
Carolyn W. Colvin is the Acting Commissioner of Social Security and Trustee to the Social Security Board of Trustees. Prior to these roles, she was President Obama’s nominee to serve as the Deputy Commissioner, confirmed by the United States Senate in December 2010.
Carolyn W. Colvin believes there is no greater calling than public service. Putting her own retirement on hold, Ms. Colvin returned to public service at the request of President Barack Obama to serve as deputy commissioner of the Social Security Administration in January 2011.
Testimony on Carolyn W. Colvin, Acting Commissioner Social Security Administration Regarding Oversight Of Federal Disability Programs Before The Oversight And Government Reform Committee U.S. House Of Representatives. June 11, 2014
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On July 23, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, Carolyn W. Colvin, hosted a 90-minute commemorative event on Capitol Hill, to highlight our agency’s history and to illuminate our way forward. U.S. Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland sponsored the event.
Posted on May 2, 2016 by Carolyn Colvin, Acting Commissioner of Social Security Public Service Recognition Week, May 1-7, is a special time to celebrate those who serve our country as federal, state, county and local government employees.