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Defining the System 31 Reporting Although reporting may seem a minimal design consideration, it has the potential to be one of the items most responsible for project creep. You will want to define the critical documents and reports that are necessary for your business activities and ensure these are included in the technical design. You will also want to create a running collection of desired reports that you identify during the implementation process and after the system is in place. The 8-55A logical model does not explicitly address reporting although it does include required documents as identified in the FHWA Project Development Guide.