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Mr. Raymond Smietanka

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Chief Counsel of the House Judici...

Phone: (517) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  United States
National Association of Disability Examiners
2704 Frank Street
Lansing , Michigan 48911
United States


Employment History

  • Member, Subcommittee
    House Judiciary Committee on Commercial
Web References
NADE Advocate Articles - May/June, 1998, 4 Mar 2015 [cached]
Raymond Smietanka, Chief Counsel of the House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law;
We had originally planned to see Raymond Smietanka to discuss HR 1544, the Federal Compliance Act. However, on Friday (February 27), we had learned from Webb Phillips, Social Security legislative Representative, that the bill had already passed the House. Consequently, our visit to the House Judiciary Committee was essentially to touch base and discuss the status of the Senate companion bill. Mr. Smietanka was very pleasant but did not seem entirely sure of where this bill stood in the Senate.
NADE Advocate Articles - May/June 2001, 17 May 2006 [cached]
In anticipation of the possibility of another attempt by the Administrative Law Judges to establish an independent ALJ corps, we also reintroduced ourselves (and NADE) to Raymond Smietanka, Chief Counsel for the House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law.
NADE Advocate Articles - Another Visit To The Hill - May June, 1999, 1 June 1999 [cached]
Our final meeting was with Ray Smietanka, Chief Counsel for the Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law of the House Judiciary Committee. Last year, just before our mid-year Board meeting, the House passed the Federal Agency Compliance Act by an overwhelming margin. NADE opposed this bill, and the Senate companion bill, and we expressed our concerns about its impact on the disability program and, particularly, on Process Unification, to members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The Senate bill was never reported out of committee. The 1998 legislation originated in the House Judiciary Committee. Although it is not expected to be re-introduced immediately it may be brought up again. When Debi, David and I met with Mr. Smietanka, we discussed our concerns about this particular legislation.
Mr. Smietanka seemed responsive to our concerns; hopefully, if the bill is reintroduced in the House it will have fewer provisions aimed at changing SSA's appeals process and which could jeopardize Process Unification.
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