On December 1, 2015, the Exchange Network Governance became part of E-Enterprise for the Environment.
E-Enterprise adopted the Exchange Network’s model of cooperative governance by federal, state, territorial, and tribal partners. The E-Enterprise and Exchange Network 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). Today, the Exchange Network manages the E-Enterprise technology portfolio in addition to its traditional role of maintaining standards and tools for environmental data exchange.
Integrated Project Teams (IPTs)
The Exchange Network used Integrated Project Teams to guide the development of data exchanges, projects, and tools. IPTs included members with a range of program, business, and technology expertise drawn from federal, state, tribal, and territorial agencies. With the merger of E-Enterprise and the Exchange Network, IPTs have become Project Teams. The name has changed but the concept and cooperative spirit remains the same. You can visit the E-Enterprise website for a complete list of all the latest E-Enterprise and Exchange Network Project Teams.
You can find archived information about inactive Exchange Network IPTs below:
- Radiation Data IPT (Inactive)
- Facility Data Integration IPT (Sunset on May 2, 2016)
- NPDES E-Reporting Rule Implementation Plan IPT (Sunset on February 4, 2016)
- ICIS-NPDES Electronic Data Transfer IPT (Inactive)