AOUSC

AcronymDefinition
AOUSCAdministrative Office of the United States Courts
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The AOUSC's other validation study for the PCRA did not compare its effectiveness to clinical prediction and did not find anything close to perfect accuracy.
AOUSC noted general consensus among various stakeholders in support of the pilot and estimated the costs of expanding it, but AOUSC did not obtain FPS's views on assessing the pilot results or on how the expansion may affect FPS's mission.
(164.) For example, the AOUSC's data included business cases, which accounted for 4 percent of the observations, id.
1, derive from the AOUSC. See Bureau of Justice Statistics, Federal Justice Statistics Resource Center (2003), http://fjsrc.urban.org/ noframe/download.cfm (follow the "Download Data" hyperlink; then the "Standard Analysis Files" hyperlink; then the hyperlink for the dataset desired; and then apply the recommended compression software to obtain data in a form suitable for processing by statistical management software, such as SPSS or SAS).
Courts (AOUSC) to collect and report certain additional bankruptcy statistics and required the U.S.
However, after that date, the Administrative Office of the United States Courts (AOUSC) continued to perform administrative responsibilities and maintain the administrative records for the terminated office.
Courts (AOUSC), the judiciary's workload has grown and the number of court staff has doubled since 1985.
Courts (AOUSC), the judiciary's workload has grown substantially and the number of court staff has doubled since 1985.
The Administrative Office of the United States Courts (AOUSC) believes that GAO should be recommending a reduction in the judges' contribution rate.
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.