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U. S. Bankruptcy Administrator Program

The U. S. Bankruptcy Administrator Program (BA), established by Congress in 1986, is the Judiciary's bankruptcy estate oversight program. The BA oversees the administration of bankruptcy cases, supervises a panel of private trustees and monitors the transactions and conduct of parties in bankruptcy. The BA program consists of six judicial districts of Alabama and North Carolina and is the counterpart to the U. S. Trustee Program in the Department of Justice.

Some duties performed by the BA include: