Last Update: 9/13/05 (Transmittal I-4-15)
Occasionally, a case or materials will be misrouted to a CCPRB and may be assigned to an analyst. If an analyst determines that no action is necessary by the CCPRB, but action is necessary by another component, the analyst must prepare a Routing and Transmittal Slip (see I-4-7-99) to forward the case to the other component. The analyst must include a brief statement in the "remarks" section of the route slip explaining the reasons for routing the case to the other component, and will give the case to the CCPRB Chief who will initial the route slip and give the case to the staff for release to the other component. The staff must enter any claim file transfer on the Office of Hearings and Appeals Case Control System (OHA CCS) and must also make any appropriate entries into the Litigation Overview and Tracking System (LOTS).