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22 Third Branch 1 (1990)

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A dministrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AO)
Article III Judges Division
Chief named, 11:1
Established, 4:5
Clerk positions allocated, 3:2
Court management survey conducted, 2:4
Decentralizes operating functions, 4:8
Director L. Ralph Mecham interviewed, 7:6
Director's Award for Administrative Excellence, 1991
nominations open, 12:4
Drug testing demonstration program implemented, 6:4
Former Director William E. Foley deceased, 9:1
General Services Administration, independence from
sought, 4:7
Printing and Distribution Facility Manager retires, 12:3
Probation Division to review field experience with
sentencing guidelines, 3:3
Staffing allocation studies conducted, 7:8
Substance abuse services, contract administration
decentralized, 7:10
The Third Branch, published by, 1:1
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts Personnel
Act of 1990
Hearing held in House, 8:4
Signed by President Bush, 11:6
Alternative Dispute Resolution
D.C. Circuit program shows promise, 3:1
Federal Courts Study Committee's tentative
recommendations on, 1:6
American Bar Association
Advanced course offered, 10:9
American Bar Association Medal recipient named, 9:9

Civil Justice Reform Act opposed, 5:5
Habeas corpus death penalty recommendations
adopted, 3:9
Model code of judicial conduct approved, 9:5
President addresses National Conference of Bar
Presidents, 9:6
American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE)
Pilot project to increase public's awareness of Sixth
Circuit's decisions, launched, 1:5
Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988
AO demonstration program of mandatory drug testing
of defendants implemented, 6:4; 6:8
Arnold, Richard S.
Interview: Presenting the Courts' Budget to
Congress, 2.9
Article III Judges Division
Chief named, 11:1
Established at AO, 4:5
Asbestos Litigation Committee
Appointed by Chief Justice, 10:3
Attorney General of the United States
See Dick Thornburgh
Court automation funding and training moves ahead, 9:4
Judiciary moves toward automation, 3:8
National Office Automation Users Group holds
first meeting, 12:6
PACER fee schedule approved by Judicial Conference, 4:2

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