FHWA’s Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) Division Review Guidelines - 2017
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FHWA’s Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) Division Review Guidelines - 2017

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      These guidelines serve to provide direction and focus on productive and meaningful review activities for the Division Office to use in performing its annual reviews, identifying and prioritizing improvements, and preparing reports documenting findings and recommendations. The guidelines contain specific information on annual reporting requirements, review of program activity areas identified using a program risk assessment matrix, and detail guidelines for use in conducting program and process reviews of the more significant data collection activities covered by the HPMS. The guidelines provide flexibility for the Division Office to decide which data areas to focus on to improve the quality of the State’s HPMS program. Each Division is responsible for developing, prioritizing, conducting and reporting on appropriate data program and process review activities. These guidelines should assist the Division in deciding the priority of process reviews to be conducted to ensure that all identified high priority data issues are thoroughly resolved as part of FHWA’s ongoing data quality initiatives. They also provide detail questions and assessment criteria covering the data reporting areas considered to be of the highest priority for assuring quality data in HPMS. Technical assistance from the FHWA Resource Centers and Headquarters is available and should be considered as needs arise.
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