This fall, E-Enterprise leaders touted the accomplishments and opportunities associated with E-Enterprise at the Environmental Council of the States (ECOS) Fall Meeting in Seattle, Washington. State environmental commissioners and EPA leaders were on hand to discuss several E-Enterprise projects most relevant to states, including:
- Disaster Debris Recovery Tool
- E-Enterprise Community Inventory Platform
- E-Enterprise Digital Strategy
- E-Permitting Return on Investment Calculator
- Smart Mobile Tools for Field Inspectors
The session spotlighted select initiatives of states and tribes that demonstrate the E-Enterprise model. One such effort is Colorado’s Digital Transformation, which aligns with the E-Enterprise Digital Strategy themes of customer-centric design, information-centric practices, and cloud-based platforms/shared services. Also featured were Louisiana, Michigan, and Cherokee Nation’s innovative uses of Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
The E-Enterprise ambassadors who participated in the session included both the outgoing and incoming E-Enterprise Leadership Council (EELC) state Co-Chairs—Jim Macy of Nebraska and Patrick McDonnell of Pennsylvania, respectively—as well as E-Enterprise Office Director Andrew Battin of EPA.