The Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA), the largest component of the Defense Legal Services Agency,
provides hearings and issues decisions in personnel security clearance cases for contractor personnel doing classified work for all DoD
components and 28 other Federal Agencies and Departments; conducts personal appearance hearings and issues decisions in security clearance cases
for DoD civilian employees and military personnel; settles claims for uniformed service pay and allowances, and claims of transportation carriers
for amounts deducted from them for loss or damage; conducts hearings and issues decisions in cases filed under the Individuals with
Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) relating to early intervention, special education or related services delivered by the DoD, and addresses claims
filed with the Defense Health Agency (DHA) under TRICARE/CHAMPUS rules seeking payment for medical services; and functions as the Center for DoD Alternative Dispute Resolution
and Conflict Management activities within the DoD and as a source of third party neutrals for such activities.
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