Generic Letters Associated with Vendor Quality Assurance Inspections
Generic letters address generic safety, safeguards, or the environmental issues by requesting that addressees perform analyses, propose corrective actions, submit technical information that the NRC needs to perform its mission, or submit proposed changes to technical specifications or license commitments. Generic letters may also state new staff technical or policy positions or solicit voluntary participation in technical pilot programs. The following table lists Generic Letters that the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has issued on topics associated with vendor quality assurance (QA) inspections. For the NRC's full collection with broader applicability to NRC licensees, see Generic Letters.
|GL 91-05||04/09/91||Licensee Commercial-Grade Procurement and Dedication Programs|
|GL 90-03s1||06/15/90||Relaxation of Staff Position in Generic Letter 83-28, Item 2.2 Part 2, "Vendor Interface for Safety-Related Components"|
|GL 90-03||04/25/90||Relaxation of Staff Position in Generic Letter 83-28, Item 2.2 Part 2, "Vendor Interface for Safety-Related Components"|
|GL 89-02||03/21/89||Actions to Improve the Detection of Counterfeit and Fraudulently Marketed Products|
|GL 88-18||10/20/88||Plant Record Storage on Optical Disks|
|GL 83-28||07/08/83||Required Actions Based on Generic Implications of Salem ATWS Events|