The Entity Registration project was established to take the core registration functions currently managed in three systems – OATI – webCDMS, Guidance – CITS and CRATS and move all registration functions to a single, consolidated system.
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Industry Outreach Engagements
The ERO is engaging the industry on the CORES technology project through the Compliance and Certification Committee (CCC), as well as the Organization Registration and Certification Subcommittee (ORCS) Alignment Working Group (AWG) of the CCC Outreach will also target an industry focus group and Regional Entities.
The CCC will be providing oversight of the technology project through the ORCS and AWG. The ORCS will be focusing on the technical registration activities involved in the project and the AWG will be focusing on the alignment of regional activities in the technology project.
The Industry Focus Group will provide input on the project in each phase from a registered entity perspective.
The Regional Entities will be engaging registered entities on the CORES technology project through user acceptance testing (UAT), training, and outreach.
To find out more about these engagements contact NERC Registration or use the links under "Industry Outreach Engagement Links" to the right.
Compliance and Certification Committee (CCC)
Organization Registration and Certification Subcommittee (ORCS)
Alignment Working Group (AWG)
NERC Organization Registration (Website)
NERC Organization Registration (Email)
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Group Health Plan Transparency in Coverage Files*
*This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.