ACUS publishes sourcebooks on an array of topics that assist agency officials, congressional staff, and the judiciary in performing their work.
The Sourcebook of United States Executive Agencies maps the organizational structure of the entire executive branch. ACUS published the sourcebook to provide a comprehensive overview and description of the federal executive establishment, the only document of its kind in existence, and is currently in the process of updating the Sourcebook.
The Sourcebook examines federal administrative adjudication that is not subject to the adjudicatory provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act and provides a comprehensive overview and cross-cutting analysis of non-APA adjudication.
The short report summarizes the findings of a more extensive report prepared by Conference consultants David Marcus (University of Arizona Law School) and Jonah Gelbach (University of Pennsylvania Law School) on federal court review of Social Security disability cases and highlights recent Conference studies and recommendations that have led to improvements to the Social Security Administration’s decision-making process.