Some TCAs may require the adjudicating component’s correction while the review component
corrects others. However, the decision to correct the case in the review component
may be based on the review component's ability to assume jurisdiction and prepare
forms; i.e., whether workload considerations preclude the review component from taking
on the additional work necessitated by assuming jurisdiction of a case.
In addition, the review component returns cases for correction if, in the judgment
of the Office of Quality Performance Field Management, the adjudicating component
is frequently adjudicating cases with the same incorrect action.