IHO

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AcronymDefinition
IHOInternational Hydrographic Organization
IHOIn Honor Of
IHOImpartial Hearing Officer
IHOInstitute of Human Origins (Arizona State University)
IHOImperial Hotel, Osaka (Osaka, Japan)
IHOIntermediate Home Office (various organizations)
IHOIntegrated Health Care Organization
IHOImpeded Harmonic Oscillation
IHOInorganic Halogen Oxidizer
IHOIndustrieverband Hygiene und Oberflächenschutz Für Industrielle und Institutionelle Anwendung eV (German industrial union of hygiene and surface protection for industrial and institutional application)
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They typically have no more experience or expertise than the impartial hearing officer, yet freely overturn decisions without the benefit of actually seeing the testimony when making credibility determinations, and they are deemed to have "superior expertise in the field of education" so the federal courts defer to the decisions of the state review office--decisions issued by individuals with less experience than most of the impartial hearing officers, and certainly less than a federal judge.
The sample consisted of all of the court decisions under IDEA available in the Westlaw database and the more specialized Individuals with Disabilities Education Law Report (IDELR) that started with an impartial hearing officer decision in Illinois.
The purpose of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to procure one or more Offerors to provide Impartial Hearing Officer (IHO) services for New Mexico Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (NMDVR) administrative proceedings involving vocational rehabilitation or independent living services.
Tenders are invited for Impartial Hearing Officers (IHOs) For The New Mexico Division Of Vocational Rehabilitation (NMDVR)
State VR agencies are now required to implement policies and procedures relating to mediation of disputes between individuals and the agency, in addition to providing for formal hearings before impartial hearing officers (IHO).
Impartial hearing officers are to be chosen either randomly or by agreement of the director of the state agency and the individual with a disability from a pool of qualified persons identified jointly by the agency and the members of the State Rehabilitation Advisory Council or a comparable commission (1992 Amendments, 124(d)).
To provide qualified individuals to serve as impartial hearing officers to conduct administrative hearings, to hear appeals of long term care facilities and facility administrators, and to deliver written, recommendations based on applicable state and federal laws and regulations and the facts presented at the hearing,
Tenders are invited for Provide qualified individuals to serve as impartial hearing officers to conduct administrative hearings, to hear appeals of long term care facilities and facility administrators, and to deliver written, recommendations based onapplicable state and federal laws and regulations and the facts presented at the hearing for the period of September 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017.
Tenders are invited for Professional Development for Impartial Hearing Officers