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Detailed Monitoring Protocol

8.0 Reporting

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Reporting requirements should be defined for each monitoring study by the agency responsible for the overall completion of the study. At a minimum, the reporting requirements should include monthly status reports, QA/QC audit reports, quarterly data reports, as well as a final report.

8.1 Monthly Reports

Submission of monthly progress reports should be required for each monitoring study. These reports should provide a brief summary of the activities conducted during the reporting period, present a brief description of the data collected during the reporting period, and discuss any problems or issues that arose during the reporting period.

8.2 QA/QC Audit Reports

Each of the QA/QC audits should be documented and reported. At a minimum, all audit reports should include the following:

8.3 Quarterly Data Reports

Quarterly data reports should be submitted within 30 days of completion of each calendar quarter and should include:

8.4 Final Report

A final report should be prepared for each monitoring study that describes all activities conducted during that monitoring study. At a minimum, this report should include:

A schedule for submission of draft and final versions of these reports should be established in the study-specific QAPPs developed for the monitoring studies.

Updated: 10/20/2015
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