EDSP Electronic Web Submission System Beta Outreach – Tuesday, December 3, 2013, from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. EDT


Source: EPA
Related Topics: Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) US Environmental Protection Agency
EPA is developing a fully electronic, Web-based submission system to handle the receipt of responses to future Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program (EDSP) test orders.  The Agency is currently beta testing the e-Submission of EDSP data that will be accessible via the EPA-established Central Data Exchange (CDX). 

On Tuesday, December 3, 2013, EPA will be conducting a Web-based walk through of the EDSP submission module currently under development and seeking input from potential industry users of the system.  Please note that the focus of the session is on the functionality of the system, and that specific requirements for test orders will not be discussed during the demonstration.

Attendees must use an operator- assisted conference for these sessions (Within the U.S. dial 866-900-8984; outside the U.S. dial706-679-4304, Conference ID: 11138289). Please try to dial in at least 10 to 15 minutes before the start of the web demonstration*.  Access the session:

Those interested in participating may include:
  1. Any chemical manufacturers/importers (e.g. anyone who manufactures, imports or processes chemical substances);
  2. any pesticide and agricultural- related chemical manufacturers/importers (e.g., anyone who manufactures, imports or processes pesticides, fertilizers, and agricultural chemicals); and/or
  3. any pesticide or chemical manufacturer who previously received an EDSP Order or Data Call-in notice from the Agency and would like to electronically submit to the Agency. 
For those industries participating, EPA is very interested in obtaining feedback on the test order response module.  This feedback will be key to the successful development of this and future electronic submission systems. For those unable to participate in this session, EPA will post copies of the slides and audio file at:

*Prior to logging into the session, ensure your Web browser is configured to allow pop-ups and enable Adobe flash so you will be able to view the session.  If you have any questions about your browser configuration, please contact your help desk.

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