This is probably the most important part for you or your employer.  It is the status of your license as of the date and time printed on the report.  Examples of a status include:  

Valid:  You are authorized to drive any vehicle under which your class of license indicates. 

Revocation:    A mandatory restraint action on a valid driver's license or driving privilege. A revoked license is invalid and cannot be re-issued. After reinstatement of your driving privilege you must re-test (both written and drive) to be issued a new license. Suspension:    A temporary withdrawal of the driving privilege. A suspension is a restraint action but does not void the driver's license. A valid license may be re-issued upon reinstatement. A license that has expired must be renewed upon reinstatement. Point suspensions require a written test at renewal. Denial:    A restraint action when no valid license exists at the time of restraint. Cancellation/Denial:    Actions to void a Colorado license and deny the driving privilege. Reinstatement is required and passing of a written and a road test is mandatory. Cancellation:    This action will void a valid Colorado license. A cancellation by itself is not a restraint action and does not require reinstatement if complied with in a timely manner. Another license/permit may be issued, unless the reason for cancellation is still outstanding.

If you have anything but "valid" in this section, you cannot legally operate a vehicle in Colorado (and this includes any vehicles covered under your endorsements).