Welcome. Welcome!. The Correspondence functionality is an online service that enables clients to receive or send data to the Department of Energy through a secure connection. Clients may retrieve the status of their correspondences using the Request Status Screen. To the ETS - Correspondence
The Correspondence functionality is an online service that enables clients to receive or send data to the Department of Energy through a secure connection.Clients may retrieve the status of their correspondences using the Request Status Screen.
We recommend that you view the common training modules before proceeding to the other ETS training modules:
ETS Account Setup and Preferences (For Site Administrators)
Correspondence is one of many online services, which the Electronic Transfer System (ETS) handles. ETS can be accessed through the Department of Energy (DOE) website.In order for a company to participate in the electronic correspondence process, a company must have an ETS Account. The company's Site Administrator is responsible for creating Client Accounts and administrating ETS access based on individual roles within the company.
Roles are based on the Form Types that are available to the Site Administrator as defined by the application submitted to the Department of Energy.In order for a Client Account (Individual Account) to access the Correspondence functionality on the ETS web site, the Site Administrator must first assign a role to the Client Account. The only assigned role available in the electronic Correspondence is the Submitter role, this role enables a client to submit data to the Department.
ETS Account Setup & Preferences (For Site Administrators)
Use the Send Form screen to submit correspondences in the form of electronic files to the Department of Energy.
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To attach multiple files to a single submission, click Browse and select the file you wish to add.Click Add. Note: The maximum combined or single file size is 3.5 MB. An error message will display if the total size of the submission is too large.
Use the Request Status screen to retrieve your correspondence(s).