Since the U.S. Attorney (or Central Justice) has only SSA's report upon which to base
the Government's claim, he/she will in some instances request a listing of the checks
involved in the overpayment claim or other additional information/evidence.
Other requests for information may be in the form of an administrative report (e.g.,
why a child beneficiary is liable for repayment of any overpayment), photocopies of
material in the claims folder, or both.