Civil Money Penalties (Recommendations)

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For the project report click here: https://www.acus.gov/report/project-report-recommendation-90-1

 

In late 1987, Congress enacted an administrative civil money penalty program for violations of the Federal Aviation Act and its implementing safety regulations. The Civil Penalty Assessment Demonstration...

For the project report click here: https://www.acus.gov/report/project-report-recommendation-91-8

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is currently operating a demonstration civil penalty program under which the FAA may impose monetary penalties of up to $50,000 for violations of the Federal Aviation...

For the project report click here: https://www.acus.gov/report/project-report-recommendation-79-3

 

The civil money penalty has become one of the most widely used techniques in the enforcement programs of Federal administrative agencies. Most regulatory offenses punishable by civil penalties involve...

For the project report click here: https://www.acus.gov/report/project-report-recommendation-77-2

 

A. Jurisdiction and Powers of the Customs Court. The Customs Court has exclusive jurisdiction to review decisions of the Customs Service (1) denying protests of importers relating to certain...

For the project report click here: https://www.acus.gov/report/project-report-recommendation-75-5-10 (See Chapter 3)

 

(a) Analysis of Effectiveness of Civil Penalties. The Internal Revenue Service should annually compile and publish, for each taxpayer class and by year of tax returns,...

For the project report click here: https://www.acus.gov/report/project-report-recommendation-72-6

 

Federal administrative agencies enforce many statutory provisions and administrative regulations for violation of which fixed or variable civil money penalties may be imposed.[1] During...

Civil monetary penalties are used by the Congress and federal agencies to enforce and promote compliance with federal laws and regulations by deterring violations. These laws and regulations serve vital public purposes such as ensuring workplace or transportation safety, preserving the environment, and protecting consumers from dangerous products. As the then Deputy Director of the...