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Management Information Systems

Annual Management Information System (MIS) Reporting

The FAA's drug and alcohol testing regulation, 14 CFR part 120, requires employers to submit an annual report of testing statistics. The specific requirement is described in 14 CFR §§ 120.119(a) and 120.219(b).

Do I need to submit an MIS Report?

The following employers must submit an MIS report to the FAA:

  • All part 121 certificate holders;
  • All other employers conducting drug and alcohol testing with 50 or more safety-sensitive employees; and
  • Any other employers conducting drug and alcohol testing and notified in writing by the FAA of the requirement to submit a report.

If you believe that your company must submit a MIS report and you were not notified, please contact the FAA's Drug Abatement Division at (202) 304-2971 or (425) 306-9706 or via email at MIS-drugabatement@faa.gov.

When is my MIS Report due?

The annual testing data being submitted for a specific calendar year is submitted by March 15th of the following calendar year. For example, to report the data for calendar year 2020, you must submit your report by March 15, 2021.

How do I submit my MIS Report?

All reports should be submitted electronically via the Department of Transportation's Drug and Alcohol Management Information System (DAMIS) to ensure a timely and accurate submission.

Who can I contact with questions?

If you have any questions about submitting your MIS report, please contact the FAA's Drug Abatement Division at (202) 304-2971 or (425) 306-9706 or via email at MIS-drugabatement@faa.gov.

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