Create compliant
electronic reports for
environmental submission

Key CROMERR Compliant Categories

According to the current regulation for electronic reporting, there are a list of requirements that must be met before a system can begin collecting environmental data electronically; commonly referred to as CROMERR (CROss Media Electronic Reporting Rule). The requirements can be grouped into the following ways. Read more at their site.

  • User Registration

    A key element of CROMERR is issuing or registering signing credentials in a way that assigns credentials to unique individuals that are protected from compromise. As part of the registration ceremony a determination of a registrant’s signing authority and the establishment of an electronic signature agreement are tied to the signing credentials offered during registration process.

    Reference:CROMERR 101: Lesson 6 Registration

  • Id Proofing

    In order to ensure credentials are assigned to a unique individuals, identities must be verified. For credential-based electronic signatures verification may be performed one of two ways: electronically verifying government id to minimum standards through an authorized identity provider service or by submitting a wet-ink signed, paper electronic signature agreement verified & maintained by disinterested party.

    Reference:CROMERR 101: Lesson 6 Registration

  • e-Signature

    Electronically signing records must meet minimum standards that verify and protect individuals’ signing credentials, provide evidence of intent to sign as well as maintain evidence that records remain unaltered for as long as they are retained.

    Reference:CROMERR 101: Lesson 6 Signature Process

    Reference:CROMERR 101: Lesson 6 Signature Validation

  • Document Submission & Recordkeeping

    Systems must ensure electronic records are made available in human readable format before signing and securely delivering. Records must be retained for a minimum of 5 years offering signatories ways to repudiate records and flag accidental submissions. Systems must also have the ability to revalidate signatures with option to hold and retain for a longer period for enforcement purposes.

    Reference:CROMERR 101: Lesson 6 Submission Process

Design Models


What we offer

Shared Services Models

In addition to the two models below, we also provide shared documentation, open source code, and consultation for technical implementation of CROMERR. See more details within each option.

What are the differences?

Advanced Web Services Application


Our partners who use this option typically have plans to begin collecting online submissions, need to begin collecting submissions quickly, or need to easily integrate with their existing web application. This service also allows partners to manage and submit CROMERR checklist to Technical Review Committee (TRC) for approval.

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Developer APIs


Our partners who use this option typically have existing web application that ranges from non-compliance to partial compliance. These partners also have technical staff available to implement and integrate the requirements into their system via APIs.

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