The 2018 E-Enterprise National Meeting
Powered by the Exchange Network
October 23-25, 2018
Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel
We have big news. EN2018 is now EE2018!
Mark your calendars and save the date for EE2018–the E-Enterprise National Meeting–powered by the Exchange Network! On October 23-25, 2018, the E-Enterprise and Exchange Network community will gather in Dallas, Texas to connect, collaborate, and learn more about the innovative work happening across the environmental protection enterprise.
EE2018 continues the longstanding series of national meetings held by the Exchange Network. We are re-branding the meeting to embrace the deep connection between E-Enterprise and the Exchange Network and to continue promoting integrated conversations around process improvement, program modernization, advanced technology, and data management.
The theme for EE2018 is Shared Stories, Shared Services, Shared Successes. See below for more information on submitting your ideas for meeting content and volunteering to serve on the EE2018 Program Committee.
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The E-Enterprise National Meeting (EE2018) is coming and you can help make it a success! The chairs of the meeting are looking for motivated volunteers to serve on the EE2018 Program Committee.
The Program Committee plays a critical role in shaping the meeting’s content and creating a program that is responsive to the needs of the E-Enterprise and Exchange Network community. Committee members will:
- Review and grade EE2018 presentation proposals;
- Provide focused input on the development of the meeting program; and
- Coordinate speakers and moderate one or more sessions at EE2018.
To volunteer, please visit https://goo.gl/forms/hKcY9fjHQlNt7CUw2 and complete the form before Friday, May 4, 2018. The meeting chairs will review submissions and notify volunteers before the end of May 2018.
What time commitment can I expect?
You should expect to spend time during the first two weeks of June reviewing and grading presentation proposals. The exact number will depend on the number of submissions received. You can also expect to attend between 4-6 highly focused, 1-2 hour conference calls between June and October. As the meeting draws near, Committee members will connect with speakers to coordinate the development of presentation materials and logistics.
I’d like to help, but my schedule is already pretty jam packed.
Fear not! As a member of the EE2018 Program Committee, you’ll be well supported by a staff that understands that your time is precious. Our calls will be focused and no longer than they need to be. Staff will also be available to help you engage and coordinate with your speakers.
You’ve piqued my interest, but I don’t have much experience with E-Enterprise or the Exchange Network.
Perfect! EE2018 is an excellent opportunity to grow the E-Enterprise and Exchange Network community. Volunteers with diverse perspectives and levels of experience will help the Program Committee build a meeting that is broadly useful and valuable to the meeting attendees.
The call for content is now open for the E-Enterprise National Meeting (EE2018)! We need your help to craft a program that is engaging, informative, and relevant to the important work you do. Please consider suggesting content for EE2018 and sharing this call broadly with your colleagues. The EE2018 Program Committee is developing a meeting program that aligns with the following topics of interest:
- Advances in data access and data management
- Innovative Exchange Network data flows and projects
- Enhancing productivity through digital transformation and online services
- Driving efficiency through shared services
- Business process improvement and program modernization
To contribute to the EE2018 call for content, please visit https://goo.gl/forms/Smw75TV9urHUd14S2. You may contribute in one of two ways:
- Submit a proposal to lead a presentation, workshop, or training session
- Suggest a topic for the Program Committee to consider including in the program. This may be a presentation, discussion, or training that you would like to attend, but not necessarily lead.
Please be clear and concise in describing your proposal and include information about any anticipated benefits for meeting attendees. The call for content will remain open through May 25, 2018.
Anyone may submit a proposal or suggestion; however, the Program Committee strongly encourages presentations and sessions that are primarily driven by representatives of state, tribal, federal, and local governments.
The EE2018 Program Committee expects to notify submitters of the status of their proposals by June 22, 2018. Notifications will be sent via email.
Should you have questions regarding the call for content or need assistance with your submission, please contact Kurt Rakouskas at krakouskas [at] ecos.org.