This summary report states that its purpose is not to provide any particular findings or recommendations related to fingerprint database interoperability, but rather "to accelerate the availability of the survey results and data to the forensics community." The results are presented by survey section. Sections 1 through 10 of the core questionnaire are presented first, followed by the State Addendum and Local Addendum. Each question of the 272-item questionnaire is listed in order, along with the response rate and aggregate results. The response rate varies from question to question. The maximum State response rate for any question is 49. The maximum response rate for local agencies is 86. The report also describes the content and process of developing and fielding the data collection instrument. It is anticipated that the data set associated with this Latent Fingerprint Interoperability Survey (LFIOS) will be made publicly available on the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data in 2015.