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Comments of the United States Ombudsman Association on the draft recommendation on federal agency use of ombudsmen, submitted by Robin Matsunaga.

Comments of the Union of Concerned Scientists on the draft recommendation on federal agency use of ombudsmen, submitted by Andrew A. Rosenberg.

This version of the draft recommendation on federal agency use of ombudsman shows additional suggested changes subsequent to the draft dated 10-28-2016.  New material is highlighted either in yellow or by upper case type.  This document is a working version for consideration by the Committee on Rulemaking at its meeting on November 3, 2016.

The final report for "The Ombudsman in Federal Agencies" consists of four parts plus two supplementary tables.  Part 1 contains a summary of the entire report and includes a copy of the proposed recommendation.

The final report for "The Ombudsman in Federal Agencies" consists of four parts plus two supplementary tables.  Part 2 contains a discussion of the background of the study, a description and analysis of the consultants' survey of federal agency ombuds offices, several case studies, and reference materials.

The final report for "The Ombudsman in Federal Agencies" consists of four parts plus two supplementary tables.  Part 3 contains a discussion and analysis of relevant legal issues.

The final report for "The Ombudsman in Federal Agencies" consists of four parts plus two supplementary tables.  Part 4 contains the draft recommendation proposed to the Administrative Conference membership by the Conference's Committee on Rulemaking.  It is based on the authors’ suggested recommendations, as modified by the committee, with the assistance of the authors and the Conference staff...

The final report for "The Ombudsman in Federal Agencies" consists of four parts plus two supplementary tables.  This supplementary table is the Master List of Federal Ombuds Offices.  [Note: A small number of updates to the list after the original publication are identified with the notation "Amended" and the date of the change.]