AOUSC

AcronymDefinition
AOUSCAdministrative Office of the United States Courts
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Further differences may exist, but it is impossible to be sure because the GAO Report does not provide information on how the AOUSC data was collected.
Although this report uses data from the AOUSC and the USTP, id.
The AOUSC defines "acquittals" to include acquittals, mistrials, or verdicts of not guilty by reason of insanity.
AOUSC publishes certain aggregate statistics related to the numbers of filings, but few data are available on the causes of bankruptcy and the characteristics of bankruptcy filers.
During the 6 months ended March 31, 2007, several payments on that counsel's behalf were made, including $26,922 primarily for severance pay, $6,991 for printing of the final report, and $1,113 for support services rendered by AOUSC.
Courts (AOUSC), Lotus Notes engineering support for the AOUSC, and corporate systems assessment for an intelligence agency.
has been engaged by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts (AOUSC), the administrative arm of the federal Judiciary, to provide drug and alcohol testing of federal offenders for the AOUSC Probation and Pretrial Services' Midwest Region.
All of the excerpts AOUSC quoted from our reports were accurate, but they did not reflect the full breadth of the issues related to federal real property management included in those products.
On the basis of the documentation provided for our review and discussions with FJC and AOUSC officials, we concluded that weighted case filings, as approved by the Judicial Conference in 1991 and amended in 1996, are likely to be a reasonably accurate means of measuring the case-related workload of bankruptcy judges.
The services Jacobs will provide to AOUSC include master planning, A/E design, A/E design review, interior design, and cost estimating.
The company will assist the AOUSC in its implementation, development, testing and program management functions from facilities in Washington, D.
A support agency for the Judicial Branch of the United States Government, AOUSC ultimately provides administrative and automation support to approximately 25,000 judiciary personnel by employing a variety of software applications on various mainframe, server, and client/server platforms.