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Code of Virginia
Title 51.1. Pensions, Benefits, and Retirement
Chapter 7. Federal Social Security for State and Local Employees

§ 51.1-707. Authority of state social security administrator.

In addition to the authority granted elsewhere under this chapter, the state social security administrator is hereby authorized to carry out all the functions required of it by the Social Security Act in connection with the agreement, including but not limited to:

1. Administer and maintain the agreement;

2. Negotiate modification to include additional coverage groups, correct errors in modifications, make elections relating to optional coverage for election workers, conduct referenda and identify additional political subdivisions which join a covered retirement system;

3. Maintain the agreement, modifications, dissolutions, and intrastate agreements in a secured location;

4. Provide the federal agency with notice and evidence of the legal dissolution of a covered employer or coverage group within an employer;

5. Resolve coverage and taxation questions related to the agreement with the federal agency and the Internal Revenue Service;

6. Negotiate with the federal agency to resolve social security contribution payment and wage reporting questions concerning wages paid before 1987;

7. Provide information to state and local public employers covered under agreements in accordance with the Social Security Act;

8. Provide information to state and local public employers in accordance with this chapter and the rules and regulations, policies, procedures, and standards regarding nonsection 218 entities; and

9. Carry out any and all other administrative duties necessary to administer the agreement.

2005, c. 902.

The chapters of the acts of assembly referenced in the historical citation at the end of this section may not constitute a comprehensive list of such chapters and may exclude chapters whose provisions have expired.