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HALLEX I-4-167
Office of Hearings and Appeals
Social Security Administration (S.S.A.)
Department of Health and Human Services

Volume I
Division IV: Civil Action
Subject: New Court Cases
Chapter: I-4-100

June 30, 1994

Current through June 1997

I-4-167 RETURN TRANSCRIPTS

When the contractor returns the completed hearing transcripts, the clerk-typist will date stamp each transcript and enter its return on the TAIPS. The clerk-typist or supervisory legal clerk must review the returned transcripts to verify proper format, and correct number of pages and to ensure that there are no deficiencies which require tape audit. If the transcript is acceptable, the clerk-typist must place the transcript on the shelf for pick-up by the OCA operating division clerk and enter the return to the OCA division on the TAIPS. Because of the priority nature of one and five day transcripts, Contracts Staff delivers these transcripts directly to the operating division. If the Supervisory Legal Clerk determines that the transcript is deficient or if the contractor submits a report indicating that the cassette is inaudible (see > I-4-169, Exhibit D), the Supervisory Legal Clerk will refer the tape to a legal clerk for audit (see > I-4-169, Exhibit F or G).

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