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Directorate of Program Evaluation and Information Resources

Program Evaluation Information Resources (PEIR) conducts internal reviews and evaluates the effectiveness of agency programs and conducts follow-up reviews to ensure that appropriate corrective actions have been taken. Another function of PEIR is to collect, analyze and publish data obtained from mine operators on the prevalence of work-related injuries and illnesses in the mining industry. PEIR is also responsible for support and training for all MSHA automated information systems, data communications networks and ADP equipment. National mine injury and illness data is compiled, analyzed and distributed to the mining community and public by specialists of the Office of Injury and Employment Information located in Denver, Colorado.

Program Evaluation and Information Resources headquarters is in Arlington, Virginia.

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Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)
1100 Wilson Boulevard, 21st Floor
Arlington, VA 22209-3939
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