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Interim Procedures for NRC Management of Plant-Specific Backfitting (Generic Letter No. 84-08)
UNITED STATES NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION WASHINGTON, D.C. 20555 April 4, 1984 TO ALL LICENSEES OF OPERATING REACTORS, APPLICANTS FOR OPERATING LICENSES, AND HOLDERS OF CONSTRUCTION PERMITS Gentlemen: SUBJECT: INTERIM PROCEDURES FOR NRC MANAGEMENT OF PLANT-SPECIFIC BACKFITTING (Generic Letter 84-08) This letter is to advise you that the Commission has recently approved a plan for management of plant-specific backfitting issues. The Commission has directed the staff to seek public comment regarding the plan. This plan and the interim procedures will be published in the Federal Register. Until public comments are received and the plan for management of plant-specific backfitting issues is finalized, the staff intends to use the enclosed procedures as interim guidance. These enclosures are: 1. Draft NRC Manual Chapter-0514, NRC Program for Management of Plant- Specific Backfitting of Operating Reactors. The manual chapter identifies the general coverage, objectives, responsibilities and authorities, and. basic requirements of plant- specific backfitting. Subchapters 031 and 032 are particularly important. 2. Procedure for Management of Plant-Specific Backfitting of Operating Reactors Resulting from Licensing Activities. This procedure was developed to fulfill the intent of Subchapter 031 of Chapter 0514 identified above. Backfitting issues which arise from NRR will follow these interim procedures. 3. Procedure for Management of Plant-Specific Backfitting of Operating Power Reactors Resulting from Inspection and Enforcement Activities. This procedure was developed to fulfill the intent of Subchapter 032 of Chapter 0514 identified above. Backfitting issues which arise from IE will follow these interim procedures. The plan for managing plant-specific backfitting for OL applicants and CP holders will follow the procedures for operating reactors until final procedures are developed. This letter is for information only and has no reporting requirement. Sincerely, Darrell G. Eisenhut, Director Division of Licensing Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation Enclosures: As stated .
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