Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley told senators Thursday that if he is confirmed as the new commissioner of the Social Security Administration, he would focus on improving service and boosting the morale of the sprawling agency. “We can and we must do better as a nation, and as an agency. I believe President (Joe) Biden nominated me for this position because I have the leadership skills, the management skills, and the experience — needed at this moment — to lead this organization forward,” O’Malley told the Senate Finance Committee.
Maryland’s O’Malley, Biden’s nominee to head Social Security, gets friendly Senate reception
November 3, 2023