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Important notice: Transition to Digital Regulatory Assurance System (DRAS)

Reminder: At 5:00 pm on June 14, 2021 EAS OneStop was terminated and no longer in use.

Effective June 14, 2021, Water Act approval applications, amendment applications and Code of Practice notices will no longer be submitted and managed in EAS OneStop.

EAS OneStop was terminated on June 14, 2021 and will be replaced by the new Digital Regulatory Assurance System (DRAS) on June 21, 2021. During this 7-day pause, new submissions will not be accepted and existing applications, approvals, and notices in EAS OneStop will be transferred to DRAS.

If you must submit a Code of Practice notice during this 7-day pause complete the appropriate form at Water Codes of Practice and email to [email protected].

About the Digital Regulatory Assurance System

The Digital Regulatory Assurance System or DRAS will make reviewing applications more transparent and efficient—all while maintaining high environmental standards.

The new system is designed to clarify environmental regulatory expectations to applicants and will be used to manage the entire lifecycle of a project from application to authorization, monitoring and compliance reporting, to remediation and closure.

DRAS will roll out in stages throughout 2021 to 2023 and will eventually house all applications online, supporting all authorization types managed by AEP under the Water Act, Public Lands Act, and Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act.

For more information on DRAS and information and training sessions being offered, see: Digital Regulatory Assurance System.