Pen and paper, as well as barcode scanners with handheld computers, have been used in the past to record locations and times for each inspection, but that information can be easily falsified. Many companies face the critical problem of not being able to verify and prove that data was taken correctly and accurately by field technicians. Audits have revealed false numbers that were recorded in attempts by field personnel to cheat the system. LDAR Program Managers need a method that proves the technicians were where they said they were, performing the tests they said they were performing, with trackable, tangible data. This white paper by Juniper Systems describes a solution that logs GPS coordinates and attaches them to each inspection record.