Federal Judiciary: Reviews Of Court Operations Should Adhere To Oversight Standards

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DIANE Publishing, Aug 30, 2004 - Law - 25 pages
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The Fed. judiciary consists of the Supreme Court, 12 circuit courts of appeals, 94 district courts, 92 bankruptcy courts, the Court of Internat. Trade, the Court of Appeals for the Fed. circuit, & the Court of Fed. Claims. The FY 96 budget is $3.3 billion, & it employs 28,000 persons. This report reviews the internal oversight of admin. operations within the Fed. judiciary, including those of local courts. Examines how the Admin. Office of the U.S. Courts assesses the efficiency of local courts & promotes the use of efficient admin. practices within the judiciary.
 

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Page 22 - Director, Administration of Justice Issues United States General Accounting Office Washington, DC 20548 Dear Mr. Rabkin: Thank you for the opportunity to comment on your draft report on
Page 15 - If you have any questions about this report, please call me on (202) 512-8777. Sincerely yours,
Page 2 - issue all necessary and appropriate orders for the effective and expeditious administration of justice within their circuits.
Page 2 - recommendations to the various courts to promote uniformity of management procedures and the expeditious conduct of court
Page 15 - provided written comments on a draft of this report, which are printed in full in appendix
Page 8 - due professional care in conducting the audit and in preparing related reports, and the presence of quality controls;
Page 22 - you for the opportunity to comment on your draft report on the
Page 22 - of the US Courts assessed the efficiency of local court operations and promoted the use of efficient administrative practices within the judiciary
Page 1 - assessed the efficiency of local court operations and promoted the use of efficient administrative practices within the judiciary.
Page 25 - Appendix HI Major Contributors to This Report General Government Division, Washington, BC

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