EPA is working to modernize and improve the usability of the CAMD Business System (CBS). An updated version is currently scheduled for release late in 2017. We value your opinion, and are currently seeking volunteers to test the updated application and provide feedback. The areas that will be available for testing include:

- Login, Reset Password, Challenge Questions and Contact Information
- General Accounts
- Allowances
- Compliance
- Managing Agents and Feedback Recipients
- Certificates of Representation

The first test period will run from July 19, 2017 through August 9, 2017, and is only open to current CBS application users with a valid user ID and password. If you meet this requirement, you can register to test. If considerable changes are made based on comments received, a second test period will run from September 19, 2017 through October 10, 2017 to enable testers to review those changes.

If you would like to participate during the test period, you may register at https://projects.erg.com/cbs2017-testing/register.htm. More details about testing, including how to access the application, login/password information, and how to provide feedback will be forthcoming.

Please note that the updated CBS requires Internet Explorer 10 or 11 (or Edge), Chrome, or Firefox. Apple/Mac users may be able to use Safari, however, the updated CBS has not been tested in Safari; and some functionality may not be available.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Laurel DeSantis at (202) 343-9191 or desantis.laurel@epa.gov.

 
 
 
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