Conaway Adds Test Post #4

Introduction (Heading 2)

o   Workers who hold values that recognize that social insurance programs can, do, and should play an important role in the US

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  • Support the mission of the National Academy – charitable/educational support – independent, objective, fact-based research – non-partisan –
    • Increase understanding of the role of social insurance (particularly the pooling of risks) in helping Americans (and the American economy) have more successful retirement, disability, unemployment, and other financial security challenges

Section One – The Backstory (Heading 3)

  • Support attractive to current and possible future clients that are employers/sponsors and service providers in the retirement and disability spaces
    • Social insurance programs are an important part of the US policy and program framework supporting citizens in retirement and disability
    • Not necessarily the current programs as they are/without change
    • Plan sponsors and service providers may not focus on social insurance programs in their businesses, but the programs play important roles supporting the businesses and their employees
      • High priorities for employees/workers that businesses are relieved of having to directly manage
      • Employers/sponsors are significant funders of these programs (directly and indirectly), and they should care about them being as effective as possible
      • Support more robust and stable business environment
      • Support financial security of American citizens and families

Section Two – The Beginning (Heading 4)

  • Support attractive to current and potential future employees/workers
    • Workers who are professionals engaged in social insurance areas (actuaries) or areas of expertise related to social insurance
    • Workers who hold values that recognize that social insurance programs can, do, and should play an important role in the US

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