FMCSA - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Adminstration

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The Data Quality module identifies FMCSA resources for evaluating, monitoring, and improving the quality of data submitted by States to the Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS).

CVSA IT Users Workshop – August 11-13 in St. Louis
Attend training at the CVSA IT Users Workshop on August 11-13, 2015 in St. Louis, MO. Improve your State’s SAFETYNET knowledge for entering crash and inspection records and DataQs processing of requests for data review. View the Program Schedule or Register today.

State Safety Data Quality map as of 12/28/2015
Data Update Schedule

Data current as of: 12/28/2015

Website Updated on: 1/13/2016
Update Frequency: Monthly

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State Safety Data Quality (SSDQ)
States are rated on a monthly basis on the completeness, timeliness, accuracy, and consistency of State-reported crash and roadside inspection data in MCMIS.
Supplemental Reports
State and Federal agencies can monitor their MCMIS and DataQs activity for State-reported crash and roadside inspection data provided to the FMCSA.
State Data Analysis Reports
State Data Analysis Reports that support the State Safety Data Quality (SSDQ) evaluation and the individual measures.


A tool designed to help reconcile differences between the number of fatal crash records in the FARS and MCMIS databases.

Police Accident Reporting
State agencies are provided training materials on the collection of crash data required to be uploaded to the FMCSA.

Related Data Quality Links
Users can access presentations, websites, and information related to improving data quality.

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