On December 1, 2015, the Exchange Network Governance became part of E-Enterprise for the Environment.
E-Enterprise for the Environment embraces a new model for collaborative leadership among environmental co-regulators, engaging with all interested and affected parties to achieve positive environmental, human health, and economic outcomes. It builds upon the foundation of the Exchange Network, recognizing the value of a proven communications and data analytics platform for sharing environmental information to foster informed decision-making.
The Exchange Network’s joint governance model of Federal, State, Territorial, and Tribal Partners working together has been adopted by E-Enterprise. Governance consists of the E-Enterprise Leadership Council (EELC), the E-Enterprise Executive Committee (EEEC), the E-Enterprise and Exchange Network Management Board (MB), and the E-Enterprise and Exchange Network Interoperability and Operations Team (IOT). The EELC, MB, and IOT rosters will soon be available at http://www.exchangenetwork.net/e-enterprise/.
- Radiation Data IPT
- E-Enterprise Architecture and Services Integrated Project Team IPT
- ICIS-Air Electronic Data Transfer IPT
- Shared CROMERR Services and Components IPT
- Facility Data Integration IPT
- NPDES E-Reporting Rule Implementation Plan IPT
The Tribal Governance Group is an ad hoc group of Tribal professionals that work to support management and communication of Tribes’ environmental data and advocate for Tribal interests in the Exchange Network. Several TGG members also serve as representatives on the ENLC and the NTB.