Systems for Electronic submittals by regulated entities : LUSENET : Federal Information and Records Managers Council : One Thread

If any agencies would like to show us their systems for electronic submittals by regulated entities, my colleagues and I would like to come and visit you as soon as you can see us. We are looking for lessons learned and the benefits of your experience.


Alice Gannon Records Management Officer Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight 1700 G Street, NW Washington DC 20552 202-414-3791

-- Anonymous, September 21, 2000


I know I sent this to you the other day, but thought that I would share the response with the whole group. Bill Cline ************************************************************* Alice, The Federal Communications Commission has several e-filing/record systems, but the one that I believe would be of most interest is the Electronic Comment Filing System (ECFS). ECFS provides an Internet method to file, review and print any Rulemaking or Docketed Proceeding before the Commisiion. ECFS provides a Docket history and viewing of filers to proceedings, public comments and reply comments, and all FCC issuances in a proceeding, e.g., NPRMs, R&Os, Public Notices, etc.... The public gains access and files to ECFS using either Netscape or MS/IE, and the system can accept Lotus, Excel, Word, WordPerfect, and Acrobat PDF files. You can view the site at search for a proceeding and type 97-113 into the proceeding block and click on submit, this will let you view and print comments to the proceeding that authorized ECFS use for the public.

Bill Cline Director, Reference Information Center Consumer Information Bureau 445 12th Street, Rm-CYB533 Washington, DC 20554 202-418-0267

-- Anonymous, September 21, 2000

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