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(2) To reduce paperwork and in order to improve administrative efficiency,
temporary additional duty travel orders to visit and revisit points within the
district should be issued on a annual or semi-annual basis and such travel
shall be chargeable to the district travel allotment. Travel will be
conducted and documented in accordance with DOT and Coast Guard
b. Inter-District Travel.
(1) Commandant (G-CJ), from time to time, direct the temporary transfer of an
Administrative Law Judge from one district to another to conduct one or
more hearings or to participate in any other authorized activity. It is
expected that very little or no prior notice of such temporary assignment
may be given.
(2) Orders involving travel between districts will be issued by Commandant
(G-C), chargeable to Headquarters' travel allotment.
LOGISTIC SUPPORT. Cognizant district commanders shall furnish the following facilities
and services to Administrative Law Judges.
a. Hearing Rooms. District commanders shall provide the permanently assigned
Administrative Law Judge with an appropriate hearing room, suitably furnished.
The facility will be equipped with a speakerphone to permit telephonic testimony,
and have adequate space to sequester witnesses. Commanding officers of marine
safety offices and/or marine inspection offices, where no Judge is assigned, will
provide adequate facilities to conduct hearings, sequester witnesses, and permit
b. Office space. District commanders shall provide a separate office for each
permanently-assigned Administrative Law Judge. Adequate office for clerical staff
and office files shall also be separately provided.
c. Operating Expenses. District commanders shall provide heat, light,
communications, security, transportation, pay, supply, and reporter's and
interpreter's services at hearings.