On this Page:
- Region I Office
- Office of Investigations Field Office
- Public Affairs Staff
- Regional Counsel
- Allegations/Enforcement Staff
- State Liaison Officers
- Division of Reactor Projects
- Division of Reactor Safety
- Division of Nuclear Materials Safety
- Division of Resource Management
Regional Administrator: David Lew (Acting)
Deputy Regional Administrator: Vonna Ordaz (Acting)
Executes established NRC policies and assigned programs relating to inspection, licensing, incident response, governmental liaison, resource management, and human resources.
Office of Investigations Field Office
Special Agent in Charge: Jeffrey Teator
Provides investigative support to Region I.
Public Affairs Staff
Senior Public Affairs Officer: Diane Screnci
Field Public Affairs Officer: Neil Sheehan
Implements NRC policies and programs for Public Affairs in the Region.
Advises the regional administrator on legal issues.
Team Leader: Brice Bickett
Performs the functions of enforcement and allegations.
Nancy McNamara, Douglas Tifft
Serves as the principal point of contact between NRC Region I Office and senior level State officials, regional governmental organizations and appropriate local governments within the Region to coordinate and address a broad range of requests pertaining to technical, political and legal issues. Implements policies and guidelines provided by the Office of State Programs and the Region relative to NRC relations with State and local governments within the Region.
Division of Reactor Projects
Director: Ho Nieh
Deputy Director: Michael Scott
Provides implementation policy oversight and direction for Reactor Oversight Program inspection and assessment of power reactors, including inspection program management, resident inspection, Problem Identification and Resolution Inspection program leadership, and allegation follow-up. Serves as the contact with licensees, Headquarters offices, and the public for power reactors in Region I. Provides for prompt onsite response to reactor events.
Reactor Projects Branches 1-6
Implements the inspection program for power reactors including maintaining the Inspection Planning (IP) and Items Reporting Systems (IRS), supporting the Reactor Oversight Program process, and managing and participating in inspections. Performs licensee assessments, supports Agency Action Review Meetings, and conducts Public Annual Assessment Meetings at all sites. Implements the Enforcement Policy. Responds to operating events. Performs resident inspections, leads PIR inspections for assigned facilities, supports PIR inspection as needed in other branches, and conducts allegation follow-up. Develops generic correspondence and provides feedback on Reactor Oversight Program implementation. Coordinates Commission visits to reactor sites and responds to public inquiries.
Reactor Projects Branch #1
Chief: Daniel Schroeder
Calvert Cliffs 1 & 2 Resident Office
Ginna Resident Office
Nine Mile Point 1 & 2 Resident Office
Reactor Projects Branch #2
Chief: Arthur Burritt
Fitzpatrick Resident Office
Indian Point 2 Resident Office
Indian Point 3 Resident Office
Reactor Projects Branch #3
Chief: Glenn Dentel
Hope Creek Resident Office
Salem 1 & 2 Resident Office
Seabrook Resident Office
Reactor Projects Branch #4
Chief: Fred Bower
Limerick 1 & 2 Resident Office
Peach Bottom 2 & 3 Resident Office
Susquehanna 1 & 2 Resident Office
Reactor Projects Branch #5
Chief: Raymond McKinley, Jr.
Vermont Yankee Resident Office
Pilgrim Resident Office
Millstone 2 & 3 Resident Office
Reactor Projects Branch #6
Beaver Valley 1 & 2 Resident Office
TMI 1 Resident Office
Oyster Creek Resident Office
Technical Support and Assessment Branch
Chief: Raymond Powell
Functions as the primary divisional interface regarding operational and strategic planning, resource allocation, and budgeting. Manages a staff to monitor, assess, and improve the implementation of the Reactor Oversight Program (ROP) for power reactors. Manages a staff to monitor resource expenditures, inspection activities, and performance metrics. Compiles input for management reports. Develops feedback to the ROP, budget and resource planning processes to improve reactor safety and the effectiveness of agency processes. Leads problem identification inspections at power reactors, including staffing, scheduling, conduct of inspection and documentation. Responsible for the training, development, and qualification process for regional personnel in the Nuclear Safety Professional Development Program (NSPDP). Responsible for managing and making staff available for backfill to other DRP branches for emergent needs.
Division of Reactor Safety
Director: Raymond Lorson
Deputy Director: James Trapp
The Division implements the NRC's Reactor Oversight Program in the areas of engineering, maintenance, radiological controls, emergency preparedness, security, and operator license requalification training. Additionally, the Division implements the NRC operator license examination program and the license renewal inspection program; reviews changes to emergency preparedness and security plans; provides specialized technical support; and coordinates with the technical Divisions in the Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation and the Office of Nuclear Security and Incident Response.
Plant Support Branch 1
Chief: Anthony Dimitriadis
Plant Support Branch 1 inspects reactor licensee activities in the areas of physical security and emergency preparedness; provides technical expertise and support for the security safeguards and emergency preparedness programs; provides technical expertise and support for incident response; maintains the Region Incident Response Center; reviews changes to emergency preparedness and security plans; and performs Region-based baseline and supplemental security and emergency preparedness inspections.
Plant Support Branch 2
Chief: James Noggle
Plant Support Branch 2 inspects reactor licensee activities in the areas of radiation protection, inservice inspection program, steam generator replacement, and independent spent fuel storage installations; and performs Region-based baseline and supplemental radiation protection and inservice inspection program inspections.
Engineering Branch 1
Chief: Melvin Gray
Engineering Branch 1 inspects reactor licensee activities in the area of maintenance rule implementation, heat sink performance, and license renewal inspection programs. This branch also maintains primary responsibility for the review, assessment, and use of reactor operating experience, including liaison with NRR Reactor Operations Branch and its Operating Experience Action Plan.
Engineering Branch 2
Chief: Paul Krohn
Engineering Branch 2 inspects reactor licensee activities in the area of engineering; provides technical expertise and support in the engineering areas of design, modifications and evaluations of changes, tests and experiments; and performs Region-based baseline and supplemental engineering inspections.
Engineering Branch 3
Chief: John Rogge
Engineering Branch 3 inspects reactor licensee activities in the area of fire protection; provides technical expertise and support in the electrical area; and performs Region-based baseline and supplemental fire protection inspections.
Chief: Donald Jackson
The Operations Safety Branch implements the operator licensing program by performing operator requalification training inspections and operator licensing examinations; provides technical expertise and support for the operator licensing program; and performs Region-based baseline and supplemental operator requalification training program inspections.
Division of Nuclear Materials Safety
Director: Daniel Collins
Deputy Director: James Dwyer
Provides implementation policy oversight and direction for the Materials Safety Licensing and Inspection Programs, and Agreement State reviews. Manages reactor decommissioning activities and regional Site Decommissioning Management Plan (SDMP) activities. Provides for prompt onsite response to events at materials facilities and at sites in decommissioning. Manages enforcement and allegation follow-up for materials licensees and sites in decommissioning. Manages the fixed and mobile radiological laboratories in support of the materials and reactor inspection, and decommissioning program.
Decommissioning and Technical Support Branch
Chief: Marc Ferdas
Performs project management, licensing, and inspection of decommissioning activities at SDMP sites, fuel facilities, and power and non-power reactor sites. Also implements the enforcement policy and performs allegation follow up at licensed facilities.
Performs licensing and inspection activities for NRC licensed medical and academic materials licensees in the Northeastern U.S. Also implements the enforcement policy and performs allegation follow up at licensed facilities.
Commercial, Industrial, R&D and Academic Branch
Chief: Blake Welling
Performs licensing and inspection activities for NRC licensed commercial, industrial and R&D materials users in the Northeastern U.S. Also implements the enforcement policy and performs allegation follow up at licensed facilities.
Part 37 Team
Team Leader: Randolph Ragland, Jr.
Division of Resource Management
Director: Pamela Baker
Deputy Director: Tracy Walker
Performs administrative functions in human resource management, contract administration, budget and fiscal management, ADP services, space and property management, telecommunications, and general administrative services, including licensee fee management and FOIA processing.
Human Resources Staff
Human Resources Team Leader: Colleen Todd
Provides and coordinates regional human resource services, including training, staffing, employee benefits, and labor relations.
Financial Resources Branch
Chief: David Rule
Performs all fiscal activities for the Region including budget formulation and execution, accounting, procurement, contract management, travel services, vehicle functions, and property management and space utilization services.
Information Resources Branch
Chief: Michael Dean
Provides Regional information technology/information management support, including computer operations, telecommunications, mail, and records file management, including ADAMS and FOIA, and license fee reporting. Computer services include application/system development, end user support, and LAN administration.