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Submitted: February 16, 2001

Carl J. Kaufmann (Kaufmann) appeals pro se from a final order of the Department of Public Welfare, Bureau of Hearings and Appeals (Bureau) that affirmed the hearing officer’s decision denying his appeal from discontinuance of his food stamp benefits by the Juniata County Assistance Office for his refusal to disclose his social security number during the commercial driver’s license test scheduled as part of the mandatory employment and training program. We affirm.

After a hearing, the hearing officer made the following factual findings. Kaufmann was a recipient of food stamp benefits and was required to participate in the employment and training program under 7 CFR �273.7(f) and 55 Pa. Code �501.6(a).*fn1 On December 14, 1999, Kaufmann attended a seminar to discuss employment and training programs available to him with the personnel from South-central Employment Corporation (South-central), a contractor providing employment training services in Juniata County. After the seminar, Kaufmann agreed to obtain a commercial driver’s license to become a truck driver through the employment and training program. Kaufmann then obtained a commercial learner’s permit and enrolled in the AAA School of Trucking on February 20, 2000. The County Assistance Office paid the fees for the learner’s permit and the enrollment in the driving school.

 
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