OMB Process

When the OMB receives an appeal it is reviewed and sent to one or more processes. In some cases, the Board’s planning staff may contact you to gather further information before proceeding. After reviewing the appeal, the OMB will stream cases to one (or more) of the following events: mediation, motion, pre-hearing or hearing. Most cases before the Board proceed directly to a hearing.

The OMB Appeals Process

Extended text description of the OMB Appeals Process chart

The image shows a flowchart with seven boxes describing the appeal process sequence, which is:

  1. An appeal received by OMB.
  2. The appeal is reviewed and sent to one or more processes.

From this point the flowchart branches out to four parallel boxes representing the following stages: mediation, motion, pre-hearing and hearing.

Then, the process flow merges from the previous boxes into the final box that reads: “Resolution OMB decision and/or order”.

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