Dispute Resolution (Recommendations)

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For the project report click here: https://www.acus.gov/report/project-report-recommendation-85-5

 

Negotiations among persons representing diverse interests have proven to be effective in some cases in developing proposals for agency rules. In 1982, the Administrative Conference of the United States...

For the project report click here: https://www.acus.gov/report/project-report-recommendation-82-4

 

The complexity of government regulation has increased greatly compared to that which existed when the Administrative Procedure Act was enacted, and this complexity has been accompanied by a formalization...

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Federal agencies now decide hundreds of thousands of cases annually—far more than do federal courts. The formality, costs and delays incurred in administrative proceedings have steadily increased, and in...

For the project report click here: https://www.acus.gov/report/project-report-recommendation-86-8

 

The Administrative Conference has repeatedly encouraged agencies to take advantage of mediation, negotiation, minitrials, binding arbitration and other alternative means of dispute resolution (“ADR”)....

For the project report click here: https://www.acus.gov/report/project-report-recommendation-87-11

 

Government procurement is a major component of federal spending. It now comprises an important part of the nation’s economy. The recent expansion of government contracting has been matched, perhaps...