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Exhibits

I.1 Populations and Time Periods Covered by Databases Used in the Evaluation

II.1 Program Characteristics of 2004 NBS Respondents at Interview

II.2 Sociodemographic Characteristics of Beneficiaries

II.3 Age at Disability Onset and Most Prevalent Self-Reported Condition(s) Causing Activity Limitation

II.4 Distributions of Condition Groups in Administrative Data and Self-Reported Survey Data, and Rates of Concurrence

II.5 Percent of Beneficiaries Who Have Difficulty with a Given Number of ADLs/IADLs

II.6 Prevalence of Difficulty Performing Specific Activities

II.7 Current General Health and Current Health Compared to Last Year

II.8 Beneficiary Employment

II.9 Reason(s) for Not Working Among Those Not Working at Interview

II.10 Expectations About Future Employment

II.11 Selected Reasons for Using Services Among All Beneficiaries Who Used Services in 2003

II.12. Types of Services Used in 2003 Among Service Users II.13 School-Enrolled Beneficiaries Working Toward a Degree and Degree Types

II.14 Prevalence of Unmet Service Needs and Reported Reasons for Lack of Receipt

III.1 Ticket Mailings, by Month and Phase (in thousands)

III.2 Participation Rate, by Months Since Rollout Start and Phase

III.3 Participation Rates, by Months Since Rollout Start, Phase, and Provider Type

III.4 Percentage of Beneficiary Entrants to SVRA Services Who Assigned a Ticket, by Phase and SVRA Entry Month

III.5 Percentage of In-Use Tickets Assigned Under the Traditional Payment System, by Months Since Rollout Start and Phase

III.6 Participation Rates for New Payment Systems, by Months Since Rollout Start and Phase

III.7 Net Deactivations, by Months Since Rollout Start, Provider Type, and Phase

III.8 Ticket Participation Rates by State, Provider Type, and Payment Type, December 2004

IV.1 Extent of Participants' Self-Reported Knowledge About TTW Before They Started to Participate, 2003 Cohort

IV.2 Participants' Perspectives on Ease of Getting TTW Information, 2003 Cohort

IV.3 Usefulness of Information About Available ENs As Reported by Participants Who Obtained Any Such Information

IV.4 Agencies and Individuals Participants Contacted for Information About TTW, 2003 Cohort

IV.5 Participant Awareness of Key TTW Features,2003 Cohort (Percentages)

IV.6 Number and Percent of Providers Contacted by Participants Before Assigning Their Ticket, 2003 Cohort

IV.7 Participants' Reasons for Selecting a Provider, 2003 Cohort

IV.8 Participants' Perspectives on the IWP Developed with Their TTW Provider, 2003 Cohort (Percentages)

IV.9 Participants' Perspectives on Provider Staff and Services (Percentages)

IV.10 Assessment of Providers' Services in Helping Participants to Find or Keep a Job, for Those Employed in 2003

IV.11 Approaches to Resolving Provider-Related Problems in 2003, Among Participants Who Experienced Problems

IV.12 Participants' Perspectives on How Successful They Have Been in Reaching Their Work Goals Since Participating in TTW

IV.13 Participants' Overall Satisfaction with the Ticket To Work Program

V.1 Service Use by Beneficiaries and TTW Participants in Phase 1 States, 2003

V.2 Selected Reasons for Using Services Among Subgroups of Phase 1 Beneficiaries Who Used Services in 2003 (Percentage Reporting Reason)

V.3 Service Types Used in 2003 Among Service Users in Phase 1 States, by TTW Participant Status and TTW Provider Type (Percentage Reporting Type)

V.4 Hours of Service Use in 2003 Among Service Users in Phase 1 States, by TTW Participant Status and Provider Type (Percentages)

V.5 Beneficiary Ratings of Service Usefulness, Phase 1 States in 2003, by TTW Participant Status (Percentages)

V.6 Percent of Phase 1 Beneficiaries Enrolled in School and Working Toward a Degree or License in 2003, by Selected Subgroup

V.7 School-Enrolled Phase 1 Beneficiaries Working Toward a Degree or License in 2003, by Degree Type and Selected Subgroup (Percentages)

V.8 Phase 1 Beneficiaries with an Unmet Need for Services, Equipment, or Supports, and Reasons Why Needed Services Were Not Received in 2003, Overall and by Selected TTW Subgroups (Percentages)

V.9 Service Use Among Beneficiaries by Phase and TTW Participation Status (Percentages)

V.10 Selected Reasons for Using Services, by Phase (Percentage Reporting Reason)

V.11 Types of Services Used in 2003, by Phase (Percentage Reporting Service Type)

VI.1 Employment Rates for Selected Subgroups of Phase 1 Beneficiaries

VI.2 Hours, Wages, and Monthly Earnings Among Working Phase 1 Beneficiaries

VI.3 Benefits Associated with the Main Current Job Among Working Phase 1 Beneficiaries (Weighted Percentages)

VI.4 Months at Current Main Job Among Working Phase 1 Beneficiaries

VI.5 Job Tenure Relative to Ticket Assignment Tenure Among Phase 1 TTW Participants Employed at Interview (Percentages)

VI.6 Sheltered and Self-Employment Among Working Phase 1 Beneficiaries

VI.7 Occupation and Industry of Working Phase 1 Beneficiaries (Percentages)

VI.8 Use of Special Equipment or Assistance at Work by Working Phase 1 Beneficiaries

VI.9 Employer-Provided Accommodations Among Working Phase 1 Beneficiaries

VI.10 Changes to the Workplace Still Needed, According to Phase 1 Beneficiaries

VI.11 Job Satisfaction Among Working Phase 1 Beneficiaries (Weighted Percentages)

VII.1 Employment-Related Goals, Expectations, and Activities, by TTW Awareness and Participation

VII.2 Knowledge of TTW Program Features by Phase 1 Nonparticipants

VII.3 Awareness and Self-Reported Use of SSA Work Incentives

VII.4 Rates of Unsuccessful Attempts to Assign a Ticket, by Selected Subgroups of Phase 1 Nonparticipants

VII.5 Plans for Future TTW Participation, by Selected Nonparticipant Subgroups (Weighted Percentages)

VII.6 Simulated Probabilities of Having Work Goals, by Selected Characteristics

VII.7 Beneficiaries Most Likely to Participate in TTW and Percent of This Population in Selected Subgroups

VIII.1 EN Enrollment Over Time

VIII.2 EN Terminations Over Time

VIII.3 Ticket Assignments to ENs

VIII.4 Tickets Mailed by County

VIII.5 ENs Accepting Tickets by County

VIII.6 Effective Provider Choice Among Counties

VIII.7 Payments to ENs by Month

VIII.8 Distribution of EN Payments, by Phase: May 2002-July 2005

VIII.9 Payments Received on Tickets Assigned to ENs by December 2003, by Provider Category

VIII.10 Processing Times for Payments and First Payments for Earnings Months March 2002 through June 2003

VIII.11 Processing Times for First Payments by Earnings Month Group 126

VIII.12 Processing Times for COPP and Non-COPP Claims Paid, November 2003 Through July 2005

IX.1 Milestone-Outcome Beneficiary Payment Profile-Types of Payments Generated by Tickets Assigned in First Year Following TTW Rollout

IX.2 EN Experience with Milestone-Outcome Tickets Assigned in First Year after TTW Rollout, Two Years after Assignment (2005 dollars)

IX.3 Comparison of Current and Proposed Milestone-Outcome Payments (2005 Dollars)

IX.4 Hypothetical EN Revenue over 24-Months for Serving SSI Recipients Under Proposed TTW Payment System, Based on Behavior under Existing Rules

IX.5 Hypothetical EN Revenue over 24-Month Period for Serving DI Beneficiaries Under Proposed TTW Payment System, Based on Behavior Under Existing Rules

IX.6 Hypothetical EN Revenue as a Percent of Costs over a 24-Month Period, Based on Behavior under Existing Program Rules

X.1 EN Revenues per Ticket Assignment

X.2 Revenues and Ticket Assignments Among 10 Successful ENs

XI.1 Claims Paid Under the Traditional System by Phase, Fiscal Years 2001-2005

XI.2 Traditional Payment Claims and Payment Amounts, Fiscal Years 1983-2005

XIII.1 Anticipated Impacts of TTW on Service Enrollment, Earnings, and Benefit Amounts of Ticket-Eligible Beneficiaries

XIII.2 Summary of Outcome Measures for the Impact Analysis from SSA and RSA Administrative Data Sources

XIII.3 TTW Implementation Schedule

XIII.4 Upper-Bound Impact Estimates on Total Service Enrollment for Ticket-Eligible Beneficiaries Age18 to 57, by Age and Program Group

XIII.5 Summary of Upper-Bound Aggregate Impact Estimates on Total Service Enrollment for Ticket-Eligible Beneficiaries Age 18 to 57, by Age and Program Group

XIII.6 Summary of Total Service Enrollment Impact Estimates for Ticket-Eligible Beneficiaries Age 18 to 57 and Implications for the Full Caseload of Beneficiaries Age 18 to 57

XIII.7 Sensitivity Tests of Total Service Enrollment Impact Models Applied to Pre-Ticket Cohorts

XIII.8 Summary of Lower-Bound Impact Estimates on Total Service Enrollment for Ticket-Eligible Beneficiaries Age 18 to 57 Based on Alternative Service-Enrollment Measures, and Implications for the Full Caseload of Beneficiaries Age 18 to 57

XIII.9 Sensitivity Tests of Total Service Enrollment Impact Models Applied to Pre-Ticket Cohorts

XIV.1 Number of Participants by Assignment Cohort, Payment System, and Payment Title

XIV.2 Payment Statistics for the First Assignment Cohort

XIV.3 Percent Generating First Payment for Beneficiaries Assigning Tickets Under the Milestone-Outcome System, by Months Since Assignment and Assignment Cohort

XIV.4 Percent Generating First Payment for Beneficiaries Who Assigned Their Ticket Under the Outcome-Only System, by Months Since Assignment and Assignment Cohort

XIV.5 Number of Payments for Assignments with Payments, by Payment System and Assignment Cohort

XIV.6 Total Payments for Assignments with Payments, by Payment System, Payment Title, and Assignment Cohort

XIV.7 Tickets with Payments, Number of Payments, and Payment Amounts for Assignments in Phase 1 States and Earnings Months Through December 2003, by Payment System and Payment Title

XV.1 Distribution of All Phase 1 Beneficiaries and TTW Participants across AOI Groups

XV.2 Selected Beneficiary Characteristics, by AOI Group 1 and AOI Group 2

XV.3 Selected Beneficiary Characteristics, by AOI Group 3 and AOI Group 4

XV.4 Phase 1 TTW Participation Rates in AOI Subgroups

XV.5 Provider and Payment Types among TTW Participants by AOI Subgroup
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