Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts

The Administrative Office of the United States Courts is charged with the nonjudicial, administrative business of the United States Courts, including the maintenance of workload statistics and the disbursement of funds appropriated for the maintenance of the U.S. judicial system.

Administrative Office - U.S. Courts this body operates independent of the executive branch and is concerned with the functions necessary for the management of the U.S. Courts, i.e., supervising staff, reporting to the chief judges, and overall management of this court system.

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