VigilloQs

The VigilloQs tab is located on the CSA Manager page.   The VigilloQs tab allows you to clean up driver inspection data that comes from the FMCSA. After you upload your Master Driver List, VigilloQs will automatically compare your list against the past 3 years of FMSCA inspection data. You can then correct any errors or inconsistencies in driver inspection data.

NOTE: In order to access the VigilloQ's tab, you must have subscription to Driver Data Manager or Inspection Management System (IMS). 
Learn more about the Driver Data Manager »
 

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VigilloQs Process Overview

 Here's how it works:
  1. Upload your Master Driver List to the CSA Manager. (Instructions can be found here.)
  2. Compare your drivers to the FMCSA records
  3. Focus on active drivers
  4. Correct errors in the FMCSA inspection data
NOTE: The Vigillo system automatically recalculates anytime you make changes from the CSA Manager, including the VigilloQs tab. Recalculation can take anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes, and during recalculation you can continue to work on your Vigillo site. Click on the Recalculate icon only when your changes are not available on your scorecards. 

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Viewing Driver Information

  1. Login to Vigillo. Click the CSA Manager tab located in the navigation bar. 

  2. Click on the VigilloQs tab. 

  3. The FMCSA Mismatches tab will appear on the left, the Cleanup History tab will appear on the right. 

  4. Click on the FMCSA Mismatches tab.

  5. By default, the Inspection/Crash Date Range box is selected for a 1-month time span.
    To view drivers for the last 3 years, uncheck the Inspection/Crash Date Range box.

  6. Under Unmatched Data, click on the Info icon located to the right of a driver's name.

  7. The page will shift to the left to show driver details on the right.

  8. To close driver information, click on the Green Arrow located above the Details tab.

  9. Your page will shift back to its original position to hide driver information.

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Correcting Driver Information

  1. Login to Vigillo. Click the CSA Manager tab located in the navigation bar. 

  2. Click on the VigilloQs tab. 

  3. The FMCSA Mismatches tab will appear on the left, the Cleanup History tab will appear on the right. 

  4. Click on the FMCSA Mismatches tab.

  5. By default, the Inspection Date Range box is selected for a 1-month time span. ​
    To view drivers for the last 3 years, uncheck the Inspection Date Range box.

  6. Within the FMCSA Mismatches tab, Unmatched Drivers (from FMCSA Inspections data) will appear on the left, and corresponding Suggested Matches (from your Master Driver List) will appear on the right.

  7. Click on a Driver Name under Unmatched Drivers.

  8. Any data that differs from FMCSA data will appear in RED in Suggested Matches.

  9. To apply the corrections shown in RED, click on the Fix icon located to the right of the driver name.

  10. A pop-up window will appear which allows you to confirm corrections.*

  11. Click Save. The driver you corrected will be updated in your Master Driver List.

*Your objective is to correct any erroneous driver information in the Unmatched Drivers list. 
Some examples of correcting data include: Add a 
missing driver to your Master Driver List. Mark an inspection as “not my driver”. 
 
To manually edit driver information, please see Editing Driver Information.

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What is the function of the FMCSA Mismatches tab?

​The FMCSA Mismatches tab allows you to add, edit, or challenge data issued by the FMCSA against your master driver list. 


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What is the function of the Driver Cleanup History tab?

The Driver Cleanup History tab allows you to view any changes you have made to your unmatched drivers in VigilloQs. You may also undo any changes previously made using this tab.

NOTE: The FMCSA has made significant changes to the DataQs website. New submissions of DataQs through Vigillo is currently unavailable.  To submit DataQs or check the status of your submitted DataQs please go directly to the FMCSA DataQs website.

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