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How to Manage Access to an Existing NOI or LEW – Signatory Users Only

  1. Visit CGP NeT (https://npdes-ereporting.epa.gov/cgp). Alternatively, you could also access CDX directly at https://cdx.epa.gov.
  2. Type in your CDX User ID and Password.
  3. Click on your Signatory (formerly Certifier) role located next to the NETCGP program service name to enter the CGP application.
  4. You will be directed to the CGP Landing Page with a list of your forms.
  5. Confirm that “Manage” is listed as a Permission for the form. Click on the Actions button next to the form and select Manage User Permissions.
    • Note: If you are a Signatory and have been assigned as the manager by the Preparer, you will see “View” and “Manage” listed in the Permissions column. If you will be certifying the form, select the manage icon to add “Edit” and “Sign” to your form permissions.
  6. Select Manage User Permissions.
  7. On the Manage User Permissions screen, you will see any Pending Requests that have been submitted by other users and are awaiting action as well as Current Users with access to the form. As a form manager you also can Add Users who have not yet requested access.
    • Under Pending Requests: Click “Approve All” to approve all the requested permissions for the user. To select the specific permissions to approve or reject, click “Manage” then select “Approve” or “Reject” for each permission.
    • Under Current Users:
      • To Add Users: Click the Add Users button, search for the user’s account by entering information into any of the search fields and click Search. Note: It is not necessary to use all search fields.
      • If the user is found in the search, click “Select”.
      • Click Grant. Note: The available permissions are based on user’s role for the NeTCGP program (Signatory or Preparer).
        • If the user has the Signatory role, you will have View, Edit, Sign and Manage available.
        • If the user has the Preparer role, you will have only View and Edit available.
      • To revoke a current user’s access to the form, click the Manage button, then click Revoke.
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