This paper explores the possible benefits and pitfalls associated with integrating a popular blockchain model within a distinct administrative environment, focusing particularly on its effects on decision-making processes. Our investigation is grounded in the doctrine of procedural due process, a holistic concept encompassing intertwined administrative rules and principles, designed to promote fairness and justice in decision-making. This doctrine can be condensed into three fundamental principles: accuracy, integrity, and transparency. Interestingly, these principles reflect the highly praised attributes of blockchain technology - authenticity, integrity, and transparency in data management. Our analysis aims to gauge the degree to which the characteristics of blockchain coincide with the principles of the due process doctrine. An essential component of this assessment includes a meticulous examination of the practical amalgamation of each characteristic within the decision-making procedure. We undertake a rigorous review of how various approaches influence adherence to the due process doctrine, both individually and collectively.