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E-Enterprise for the Environment

E-Enterprise and Exchange Network Management Board (MB) and the Interoperability and Operations Team (IOT)

Management and Operations of E-Enterprise Governance

E-Enterprise and Exchange Network Management Board (MB) and the Interoperability and Operations Team (IOT) focuses on the day-to-day tasks and implementation of individual projects, including the ongoing operation of the Exchange Network. This organizational structure ensures that the co-regulators are fully engaged in and committed to this work at both the political and career levels, and that a solid governance foundation exists to support this transformative cultural change into the future. Collectively, the MB and the IOT identify issues to elevate to the E-Enterprise Executive Committee and EELC

The Management Board and IOT, have co-chairs to provide direction and are supported by staff from EPA, states, and tribes.

Management Board

The Management Board provides oversight and manages the combined E-Enterprise and Exchange Network portfolio. The Management Board has a wide-array of duties, including, implementing policy decision made by the EELC, identifying issues and agenda items for the Executive Committee and EELC, and identify E-Enterprise project recommendations and priorities, including managing staff resources to efficiently and effectively support project teams.

Management Board (MB)
Andrew Battin, U.S. EPA Co-Chair U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Andrew Putnam, State Co-Chair Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Alisha Bartling, Tribal Co-Chair Santee Sioux Nation
Frank Harjo Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Brandon Burnett State of Iowa
John Dombrowski U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Sharon Gonder U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Arnold Layne U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Harvey Simon U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Lisa Matthews U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Christy Monk Alabama Department of Environment Management
David Nicholas U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Victoria Phillips, Vice-Chair Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection

Linda D. Rosas-Bill

Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake

Roy Walker Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality
Chet Wayland U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Gigi Zywicki U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
State Vacancy (3)  

Interoperability and Operations Team

The Interoperability and Operations Team establishes a shared governance model to support and guide design, interoperability, and operation of all technical aspects of E-Enterprise and Exchange Network. This includes shared services, standards, architecture, and infrastructure.  The IOT provides support to projects as they develop or implement shared services and infrastructure and ensures the interoperability of E-Enterprise projects.

Interoperability and Operations Team
Jennie Cambell, EPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Stephen Forrest, State Co-Chair Montana Department of Environmental Quality
Vince Allen U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Dennis Burling Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
Joe Carioti U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
David Charbonneau U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Eric Cleckler Alabama Department of Environmental Management
Ron Evans U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Steven Girt Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality
April Hathcoat Cherokee Nation
Mike Matsko New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
Verne McFarland U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
BryAnna Vaughan Bishop Paiute Tribe
Stephen Vineski U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Thomas Waller Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
Herb Ward Virginia Department of Environmental Quality