Web Publishing Schedule
Section 207(f)(2) of the E-Government Act of 2002 requires federal agencies to develop an inventory of information to be published on their Web sites, establish a schedule for publishing information, make those schedules available for public comment, and post the schedules and priorities on the Web site.
The table below organizes EPA's Web publishing into "activities" instead of organizational units because these activities create common types of content, regardless of the particular part of EPA. For example, all regulatory programs publish regulations and related fact sheets, regardless of the specific environmental issue they address. Similarly, many parts of EPA issue grants, but the kind of information we publish about them doesn't depend on the organizational unit.
We have a long-standing policy to publish information as soon as it can be released to the public, so there is no more specific schedule. As new information becomes available that is important to the public, we are committed to putting it on our Web site.
To comment on our publishing schedule please contact Jeffrey Levy, 202-564-9727, email@example.com .
|All of EPA or multiple activities||Published reports (all types)
Background/overview information for each topic on site
Events (conferences, fairs, training sessions, etc.)
Things you can do
Legal determinations and opinions
How to use the site (site map, topic lists, accessibility features, search engine, etc.)
Grants - what's available, what we've given out
Data (scientific, monitoring, emissions, etc.
|Regulatory programs||Statutory Authority
Regulations (all stages)
Public comments (requests and the comments themselves)
Regulatory fact sheets
|Other programs (voluntary, informational, etc.)||
Membership details (criteria, benefits, how to apply)
Product lists (e.g., Energy Star)
Public involvement / what you can do
Local, state, national data
How to correct errors
Online games and activities
Print games and activities
|Compliance & enforcement||
How to report a tip
Help with complying
Collaboration with other government agencies at all levels
Research program information
Scientific papers & technical reports
|Doing business with EPA, working for EPA||
Grants and contracts - applying and awards
Small business guidance
Facilities descriptions and addresses
Jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, etc.
Civil rights complaints
Special emphasis programs
Performance reports (e.g., for the Government Performance and Results Act, etc.)