Adjudication (Current Projects)

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The Conference is studying the recent efforts by agencies to aggregate administrative proceedings.  Very little is known about: (1) how agencies choose the cases appropriate for aggregation, (2) which aggregation tools agencies use, (3) the successes and failures of aggregation programs, (4) how often agencies employ aggregation procedures, and (5) other types of proceedings in which different...

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The Conference is studying procedures and best practices for issuing declaratory orders in administrative adjudications.  This study will address the following issues:

  • Legal Parameters.  For what purpose(s) did Congress grant agencies the authority to issue declaratory orders?  What legal limitations,  if any, does the Administrative Procedure Act's (APA's) text...
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The Conference is studying the use and incorporation of electronic case management in agency adjudication in order to make recommendations and share best practices.  Electronic case management is a comprehensive system that enables an agency to manage its adjudications for increased efficiency and access. It encompasses not only the creation and maintenance of an electronic system in which...

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The Administrative Conference is undertaking a project to map the contours of the federal administrative adjudicatory process, including both “formal” adjudication conducted under the Administrative Procedure Act and “informal” adjudication.  Most studies of federal agency adjudication—by the Conference or others—took place years ago or assessed only limited aspects of the...

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The Social Security Administration (SSA) has engaged the Office of the Chairman to conduct an independent study of federal court review in social security disability insurance and supplemental security income cases. The project consultants will:

  • Review and analyze the Social Security Act, as well as SSA’s implementing regulations, policies, and practices for adjudicating claims...