Question: The U S Department of Transportation DOT sometimes hears an appeal
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) sometimes hears an appeal from a party whose contract with the DOT has been canceled. An administrative law judge (ALJ), who works for the DOT, hears this appeal. What safeguards promote the ALJ’s fairness?
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