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E-Enterprise for the Environment

E-Enterprise Portal

The E-Enterprise for the Environment Portal is a user-friendly web platform that will modernize the way the public, regulated community, and environmental co-regulators conduct environmental transactions and access web resources. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is working with States and Tribes to develop an interoperable portal, integrating data and functionality over time to create a dynamic tool for collaboration and innovation.

To learn more about the E-Enterprise Portal you can view this introductory video.

The E-Enterprise for the Environment Portal will:

  • Decrease the time and effort needed to perform transactions with EPA, tribal, state and local governments by enabling e-business including tools to support permitting and reporting.
  • Provide customized environmental information and tools and resources for citizens.  This will include services and tools like Be Well Informed, MyAir and Assistance Gateway.
  • Provide a Developer Toolkit for Portal Shared Services.  This section will enable states and tribes to develop and share applications for the E-Enterprise Portal.

The Portal will provide a national gateway to a network of environmental agency portals administered by States, Tribes, and EPA programs.  Via this gateway, users will access integrated environmental information, simplified permitting and reporting transactions, and technological tools.  Since the E-Enterprise Portal is a lightweight interface to discover and expose information and reporting tools, it does not replace existing data entry systems designed to collect environmental information.

Tell Us What You Think

The E-Enterprise Portal will roll out new features and functionality over time, growing to provide a broad suite of resources.  After you visit the portal, we invite your comments and feedback on ways to make the site work for you.

Let us know what you like and don’t like, and what you’d like to see integrated. Send your ideas to eportal@epa.gov.