Tribal Support for the National Environmental Information Exchange Network

EPA, states, tribes, and territories, are working together to implement the Exchange Network, a secure, Internet- and standards-based mechanism for electronic data reporting, sharing, and integration of both regulatory and non-regulatory environmental data.

Exchange Network partners exchanging

data with each other or with EPA should make the Exchange Network the standard way they exchange data and should phase out any legacy methods they have been using.

More information on the Exchange Network is available at

EPA and its state, tribal, and territorial partners continue to invest collaboratively to expand the Exchange Network.

In 2007, the Exchange Network Leadership Council (ENLC) issued the Exchange Network Strategic Plan that committed to “building a state- of-the-art Environmental Information Exchange Network which will become the preferred method for exchanging environmental data in support of better environmental decision-making.” The Plan’s objectives include completing infrastructure, exchanging environmental data, and expanding use of the Network to support environmental decision-making.

Grant applicants can access the Exchange Network Strategic Plan at

This cooperative agreement will provide funding to an organization that represents a broad cross section of Indian Tribes and Alaska Native Villages to help increase the amount of tribal participation in the Exchange Network through outreach and support for and participation in the Exchange Network Tribal Governance Group (TGG).
Related Programs

Environmental Information Exchange Network Grant Program and Related Assistance

Environmental Protection Agency

Solid Waste Management Assistance Grants

Environmental Protection Agency

Agency: Environmental Protection Agency

Office: None

Estimated Funding: $160,000

Who's Eligible

Relevant Nonprofit Program Categories

Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Link to the Full Announcement - RFA Tribal Support for the National Environmental Information Exchange Network

Additional Information of Eligibility:
See Section III of the Announcement for Additional Eligibility Information.

Full Opportunity Web Address:

Salena ReynoldsExchange Network Grant Program ManagerOffice of Information Collection Office of Environmental Information Phone: (202) 566-0466Facsimile: (202) 566-1684Email:

Agency Email Description:
Salena Reynolds

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