Hearing Office Workload Data
FY 2016 (For Reporting Purposes: 09/26/2015 through 09/30/2016)
This report includes data from the extra 53rd week in Fiscal Year 2016 (covering the period from 9/24/2016 – 9/30/2016), which is an anomaly that occurs every five or six years. If you wish to go to the report for FY 2016 ending 9/23/2016, click here.
A presentation of four key workload indicators (pending, receipts, dispositions and average processing time) for each hearing office in the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR.)
Negative receipt numbers are shown when cases transferred out of the office exceed new receipts into the office. Cases are transferred between hearing offices to better balance pending workloads across the nation and to move backlogged cases to a hearing more quickly.
An office or individual not included indicates there was no report-specific data for that office or individual for the report period.
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* Satellite Offices reported separately from their parent office.
Disclaimer: These data are being made publicly available for research purposes. Any findings and conclusions derived from analyses of these data are attributable to the researcher(s) and do not reflect those of the Social Security Administration.