The Occupational Requirements Survey (ORS) is an establishment survey conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) for the Social Security Administration (SSA). The survey collects information on the vocational preparation and the cognitive and physical requirements of occupations in the U.S. economy, as well as the environmental conditions in which those occupations are performed. Thus far, viability at the quote level of data collection has been defined at a single standard and never adjusted. This paper will describe research performed to adjust the viability of quote-level data in the ORS and its impact on estimates, standard errors, and publishability. It will also weigh the pros and cons of each definition of viability in an attempt to find an optimal range for the efficacy of the survey.