The Board encourages parties to focus on providing only the information a panel needs to resolve an eligibility or repayment dispute. Examples of streamlining may include without limitation—
(a) Electing not to supplement the materials already provided to FEMA, if (or to the extent) the existing record adequately frames the dispute;
(b) Relying when possible on documents over other types of evidence;
(c) Simplifying live hearings by efiling in advance written testimony, reports, or opening statements by some witnesses or party representatives;
(d) Refraining from objecting to evidence without good cause; and
(e) Omitting duplicative and immaterial evidence and arguments.