Public Data Files

The Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) is the component of the Social Security Administration charged with providing hearings and reviews of hearings for claimants whose applications for benefits have been denied at the first two levels of adjudication.

One Time Report

Monthly Data Files

Public data files one through six below contain information on workload indicators within ODAR’s hearing offices.  Updated monthly, these reports contain hearing office information such as average wait time for a hearing to be held, total average processing time and numbers of hearing requests received, completed and pending. Disposition data by individual administrative law judges (ALJ) is also provided.  There are two reports ranking the hearing offices from best to worst in two workload areas as well. Finally, there is a report on how hearings are held in each hearing office, whether by video or in person.

  1. Average Wait Time Until Hearing Held Report - FY 2014
    (Month of September 2014)
  2. Hearing Office Workload Data - FY 2014 (Through September 2014)
  3. ALJ Disposition Data - FY 2014 (Through September 2014)
  4. Hearing Office Dispositions Per ALJ Per Day Ranking Report - FY 2014 (Through September 2014)
  5. Hearing Office Average Processing Time Ranking Report - FY 2014 (Through September 2014)
  6. Hearings Held In-Person or Via Video Conferencing - FY 2014 (Through September 2014)

Quarterly Data Files

Public data files 7 and 8 are updated and posted quarterly with monthly and summary numbers.  Both of these reports refer to workloads administered by the Appeals Council and Report # 7 shows the number of receipts, dispositions and pending requests for review of an ALJ decision. Report # 8 shows the same workload information for new court cases filed against SSA and court remands returned to SSA/ODAR by the courts.

  1. Appeals Council Requests for Review - FY 2014 (Through September 2014)
  2. National New Court Case and Court Remand Activity - FY 2014 (Through September 2014)