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cROP 2014Q2 Substantive Cross Cutting Issues Summary

The NRC evaluates whether a substantive cross-cutting issue exists at each reactor facility that is under construction twice a year during the mid-cycle and end-of-cycle performance review in accordance with IMC 2505. If the NRC determines that a substantive cross-cutting issue exists at a given plant, the resultant assessment letter summarizes the specific substantive cross-cutting issue and includes the necessary actions to resolve the issue. The next assessment letter will either state that the issue has been satisfactorily resolved or summarize the agency's assessment and licensee's progress in addressing the issue.

"Yes" in the matrix below indicates that the plant has a open substantive cross-cutting issue in that area based on the most recent assessment letter. Clicking on the "Yes" will take you directly to the assessment letter that describes the issue. "Closed" in the matrix below indicates that the plant had a substantive cross-cutting issue closed during the most recent assessment meeting. Clicking on the "Closed" will take you directly to the assessment letter that describes the issue.

Plants Baseline Program SCWE
Summer Units 2 and 3 N/A N/A
Vogtle Units 3 and 4 N/A N/A
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