Sample CROMERR Applications and Checklists
Please note that documentation from approved CROMERR applications is a reference primarily for developers and applicants pursuing custom-developed approaches. The examples below provide approaches that could meet CROMERR requirements, depending on how they are implemented and/or how they are combined with related system functionality and business processes. Adopting elements from these example approaches does not guarantee CROMERR compliance.
Please also note that these examples may not completely reflect current CROMERR functionality and/or business processes of the approved systems. Further, a state/locality may have other names for the system and/or the system may provide centralized CROMERR functionality for several other systems operated by the state/locality.
Alternatives to custom development are available. These alternatives generally offer reduced application burden, streamlined approval processes, faster time to production, and decreased ongoing maintenence costs.
- To learn more about component solutions such as Shared CROMERR Services, visit: Shared CROMERR Services and Components Integrated Project Team Exit
- To learn more about other off-the-shelf solutions, visit: Application tools and templates
- U.S. EPA Central Data Exchange
The Central Data Exchange (CDX) is the EPA's designated system to support CROMERR implementation for a range of electronic reporting systems that are used to report directly to EPA.EPA CDX CROMERR System Checklist (DOC)(47 pp, 134 K)
CDX Subscriber Agreement (DOC)(2 pp, 14 K)
Unique system features/approaches: Reusable Electronic Signature Agreement, third party real-time identity proofing
These commercially-developed, CROMERR-compliant solutions were designed to be packaged solutions for other applicants, however, a template system checklist does not exist.
- Indiana Department of Environmental Management eSE-Verify
e-Sample Entry Verify System
Indiana Department of Environmental Management's e-Sample Entry Verify (eSE-Verify) system is an electronic document receiving system for collecting public water system drinking water sample data from laboratories as required under the State's EPA-authorized National Primary Drinking Water Regulations program. eSE-Verify is an off-the-shelf product developed by SAIC intended for reuse by other states and that enables data transfer to EPA's SDWIS/STATE data system.
See: IDEM eSE Verify CROMERR Application (ZIP)(5 pp, 3 MB)
- Minnesota Pollution Control Agency RSP
Regulatory Services Portal
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency's Regulatory Services Portal (RSP) is an "enterprise" electronic reporting system for collecting numerous reports required under the State's EPA-authorized programs. The application is a new system that uses CGI's RSP off-the-shelf nForm product.
See: MN RSP Approved CROMERR Application (ZIP)(2 pp, 4 MB)
- Arizona Department of Environmental Quality MyDEQ
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality's myDEQ system is an "enterprise" electronic reporting system for collecting numerous reports required under the State's EPA-authorized programs. The application is a new system that is custom-built but relies on Shared CROMERR Services for some limited functionality.
See: AZ DEQ MyDEQ CROMERR Application (ZIP)(20 pp, 5 MB)
- Florida Department of Environmental Protection ERS
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FL DEP) e-Reporting System (ERS) has the potential to collect all reports required under the state's EPA-authorized programs.
Unique system features/approaches: Enterprise, web portal, PIN based e-signature
See: FL DEP CROMERR Application (ZIP)(5 MB)
- Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Electronic Business Center
Electronic Business Center
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Electronic Business Center is a web portal system designed with the potential to collect all reports required the state's EPA-authorized programs. It provides regulated community users a single website from which they can access electronic services offered by the Ohio EPA, including services for permit applications, licenses, and registrations; Monthly Operating Reports, compliance and other reporting; and fee payments.
Unique system features/approaches: Enterprise, web portal, PIN based e-signature, challenge question second factor approach, enTrust Certificate Authority, SSL data encryption
See: OH DEQ EDRS CROMERR Application (ZIP)(6 MB)
- San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District Title V ERS
Title V Electronic Reporting System
San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District's Title V Electronic Reporting System collects several reports required from facilities within the District holding an air permit as mandated by Title V of the Clean Air Act.
See: CA SJVAPCD Approved CROMERR Application (ZIP)(40 pp, 5 MB)