Administrative Discretion

In public administration, administrative discretion refers to the flexible exercising of judgment and decision making allowed to public administrators. Regulatory agencies have the power to exercise this type of discretion in their day-to-day activities, and there have been cases where regulatory agencies have abused this power. Administrative law can help these agencies get on the path of following regulations, serve the public, and in turn, a reflection of the public's values and beliefs. There is a need for administrative law because the interest of public could be at risk if various agencies were not following laws and regulations. Administrative law …

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Grattan Institute · 19 August 2022 English

their powers in the public interest.3 Inquiries in the UK and Australia have also attempted to define the boundaries of acceptable conduct for Elections and anti-corruption laws provide important checks …

cabinet, ministerial, 28% 26% driven or administrative discretion. 1% 15%75% 14% 1% 1% Open, In NSW and


ESRI · 18 July 2022 English

https://doi.org/10.26504/sustat114

issues highlighted by the ICI included ‘administrative discretion, bureaucracy and uncertainty about [migrants’]


LCO · 15 June 2022 English

The LCO’s Accountable AI paper considers how to ensure legal accountability when governments and public agencies use AI to make or assist decision-making in the civil and administrative justice systems.1 …

the potential for child neglect and and administrative discretion, entrenching abuse.10 automation bias decisions. Trustworthy AI • AI may reduce administrative discretion and independence, even when there is Many


LCO · 14 June 2022 English

The LCO’s analysis is informed by legal analysis; multi-disciplinary research; contemporary social, demographic and economic conditions; and the impact of technology. [...] The project brings together policymakers, legal professionals, technologists, …

and and public engagement in provincial administrative discretion, entrenching automation AI systems; bias paucity of performed. cases challenging administrative discretion on • A reasonable and bona fide justification


IPBES · 6 June 2022 English

NATIONAL ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENT OF ETHIOPIA Syntheses of the Status of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, and Scenarios of Change Ethiopian Biodiversity Institute Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2022 FEDERAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ETHIOPIA …

forest related offenses that minimize administrative discretion. Updating of The legal framework allows


McMaster Health Forum · 1 June 2022 English

Examining Intersections Between Ontario Health Teams and Home and Community Care

cultural concordance; and staff bias and administrative discretion, eg. white staff refusing to work in predominantly


Heritage Foundation · 14 March 2022 English

Order 12612.40 The order directs departments and agencies to grant states the “maximum administrative discretion possible” and to limit state discretion “only where constitutional authority for the action

agencies to grant states the “maximum administrative discretion possible” and to limit state discretion


MLI · 7 March 2022 English

As 19th-century British constitutional scholar Albert Venn Dicey writes in his Law of the Constitution, the rule of law “means, in the first place, the absolute supremacy or predominance of …

power, the Supreme Court has held that administrative discretion is never so absolute that it can be exercised legislation. Instead, the exercising of administrative discretion requires “com- plete impartiality and


AEI · 4 March 2022 English

This infographic provides near-real-time insights on the housing market and how a new normal is taking hold due impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

jurisdiction with minimal political/administrative discretion. • Market forces and land prices led


Cato Institute · 4 March 2022 English

Since 1990, the executive branch has had the authority from Congress to provide Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to people already in the United States who are from countries in which …

there is no reason to leave it to the administrative discretion—indeed, history shows that there is every


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