FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Public Affairs Coordinator
1. Consumer Complaint Databases encourages agencies that make consumer complaints publicly available through online databases or downloadable data sets to adopt and publish written policies governing the dissemination of such information to the public.(acus.gov/2016-1)
2. Aggregate Agency Adjudication provides guidance to agencies on the use of aggregation techniques to resolve similar claims in adjudications.(acus.gov/2016-2)
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