As enumerated in 49 CFR §1520.5(b), there are 16 categories of SSI of which there are three types. Four of the categories are termed “categorical” and are automatically designated as SSI. Eleven of the categories require a judgment or analysis to receive an SSI designation and one category is termed as ‘other’ and is determined by a written request from an authorized office.
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