Debra Boudreau , Manchester, New Hampshire ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2012 *fiscal year, Judge Debra Boudreau has disposed 532 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Manchester, New Hampshire. Out of those 532 dispostions, 102 were dismissed, 311 were approved and 119 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Boudreau has approved in Manchester for the 2012 fiscal year is 58%. The information below for Judge Debra Boudreau was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Manchester 2010 533 450 100 350 16%66%19%
Manchester 2011 643 528 108 420 18%65%17%
Manchester 2012 532 430 119 311 19%58%22%
Colorado Springs 2013 605 503 219 284 17%47%36%
Colorado Springs 2014 565 439 222 217 22%38%39%
Colorado Springs 2015 492 381 200 181 23%37%41%
Colorado Springs 2016 423 335 156 179 21%42%37%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Debra BoudreauNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Manchester Office 30% 39% 31%
All ALJs in New Hampshire30%39%31%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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George Crannell
Judge: Debra Boudreau
6/27/2017 3:39:12 AM

I hope you are the right Debra Boudreau. My last supervisor in the Army was Debra Boudreau. We were stationed at Fort Lewis, WA until 1995. When I was discharged she went off to go to Military Judge school. Then after school she was stationed back at Fort Lewis, WA. Very few bosses in my life have impressed me more than LTC Boudreau.

Tommy Sosbee
Judge: Debra Boudreau
4/3/2017 7:37:50 AM

Judge Boudreau needs to understand that although she does truly try to expedite claims from 100% disabled veterans; there are others within the SSA such as Brandon who are prejudiced against veterans. I spoke to Brandon 4 times already. All he can tell me is that my payment was mailed out on 27 March. There is no place inside the United States, where it takes 2 weeks for a government letter to arrive in the mail. I called him last Friday, and he said it might take another week. To me, that sounds like he is procrastinating or delaying my payment intentionally. Why couldn't Brandon just direct deposit my payment, like everyone else does? Then he tells me that my monthly payment will be deposited on the 4th Wednesday of the month? What?? Judge Boudreau understands what expediting really means. Brandon doesn't. Sounds like he is making up the rules as he goes. I just want a straight answer. Maybe Judge Boudreau can speak with Brandon at (816) 936-4526. Maybe she can convince him to do his job.

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