Recently, FMCSA decided to expand its ‘off-site’ investigation/review process from 10 States where it has been used since initial implementation of CSA, to all 50 States. In a recent report to Congress, FMCSA communicated its intent to expand its more efficient ‘off-site’ review process. This expansion has already begun. Off-site reviews are typically initiated when a carrier has 1 or 2 CSA BASICs requiring investigation. They can be conducted in most compliance areas (e.g., driver fitness, hours of service, controlled substances/alcohol) but cannot, by policy, be conducted on a carrier with an elevated vehicle maintenance BASIC. More off-site reviews means a greater percentage of carriers will receive an FMCSA intervention