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Administrative Law Judges from Our February 2012 Report Who Had the Highest and Lowest Allowance Rates

June 26, 2017

Office Affiliation: The Office of Audit

Audit Report Number: A-12-17-50220

We issued this report to review the status of the 24 administrative law judges (ALJ) we discussed in our February 2012 Congressional Response Report in terms of allowance rates and productivity. We also identified the ALJs who had the highest and lowest allowance rates in Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 and described the Agency’s process for monitoring these ALJs.

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