عنوان مقاله [English]
Administrative decision-making procedures are the methods related to the individual and general decision-making process that are required in writing or in the form of administrative procedure laws. Creating certainty and stability to support citizens and the efficiency of the administration has been one of the reasons for codifying these rules. Historically, the laws of administrative procedures have passed three generations. The first generation of acts sets out rules for making case-by-case decisions, the second generation sets out requirements for enacting general rules in a hierarchical manner, and the third generation sets out rules for conducting administrative actions interactively and collaboratively between different institutions. The main purpose of this article is to examine the concept of administrative procedure, the history and content of the administrative procedures acts and procedural requirements in the two systems of administrative law in Germany and the United States of America as two important systems. The method of the article is descriptive, analytical. The concept of administrative procedure and the content of administrative procedure acts are described and the similarities and differences between the administrative procedure actts of the United States of America and Germany are analyzed.