E-Enterprise for the Environment

E-Enterprise for the Environment (E-Enterprise) is a transformative 21st-century strategy to reshape how government agencies deliver environmental protection. Through joint governance, States, Territories, Tribes, and EPA are collaboratively modernizing business processes and driving and sharing innovations across agencies and programs. These changes will improve environmental results and enhance services to the regulated community and the public by making government more efficient and effective.

More information is available at: http://www2.epa.gov/e-enterprise.

E-Enterprise for the Environment Portal – Request for Comment

EPA has issued a Federal Register Notice to gather business requirements for the E-Enterprise for the Environment Portal. The Portal will provide consolidated entry points for businesses and citizens to efficiently locate, obtain access to, and interact with relevant EPA, State, and Tribal environmental programs and web resources. The Federal Register Notice requesting comments is available at: http://federalregister.gov/a/2015-01277.
 
The Notice also announces three public meetings in the form of webinars. More information is available here. Registration to participate in the webinars is available at: http://www2.epa.gov/e-enterprise/portal-scoping.
 

Resources

Integrated Project Teams

E-Enterprise Leadership Council (EELC)

Charter for State and EPA E-Enterprise Leadership Council, September 5, 2013

ECOS' Teresa Marks and EPA's Gina McCarthy sign the EELC Charter.

ECOS’ Teresa Marks and EPA’s Gina McCarthy sign the EELC Charter. September 16, 2013.

Members

  • Tom Burack, State Co-Chair; Commissioner, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
  • Stan Meiburg, EPA Co-Chair; Acting Deputy Administrator, EPA Office of the Administrator
  • Henry Darwin; Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
  • Ben Grumbles; Maryland Department of Environment
  • Mark Hague; EPA Region 7
  • Sara Pauley; Missouri Department of Natural Resources
  • Dick Pedersen: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 
  • Victoria Phillips; Massachusetts Department of Environmental
  • Andy Putnam; Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • Mike Shapiro; EPA Office of Water
  • Betsy Shaw; EPA Office of Air and Radiation
  • Curt Spalding; EPA Region 1
  • Mathy Stanislaus; EPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
  • Mary Walker; Georgia Department of Natural Resources
  • Shari Wilson; EPA Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance
  • Louise Wise; EPA Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention
  • Renee Wynn; EPA Office of Environmental Information
  • State Vacancy
  • Tribal Vacancy

Contacts

Peter Soyka
E-Enterprise Coordinator
Soyka & Company, LLC
P: 571.748.5547
E: peter [at] soykaandcompany.com

Andrew Battin
Director, E-Enterprise for the Environment
EPA Office of the Chief Financial Officer
P: 202.566.2140
E: battin.andrew [at] epa.gov
Contact EPA
http://www2.epa.gov/e-enterprise

Beth Graves
Senior Project Manager, E-Enterprise for the Environment

Environmental Council of the States
P: 202.266.4923
E: bgraves [at] ecos.org