United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Filing of Applications for Licenses and Amendments (Generic Letter No. 84-18)

                               UNITED STATES 
                        NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
                          WASHINGTON, D.C. 20555  

                                July 6, 1984

TO ALL NON-POWER REACTOR LICENSEES 

SUBJECT:  FILING OF APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSES AND AMENDMENTS (GENERIC LETTER
          NO. 84-18) 

We continue to experience problems with improperly filed submittals.  
Frequently it is necessary for the staff to contact licensees to request 
resubmittal of documentation in conformance with the regulations.  The 
purpose of this letter is to remind you that 10 CFR SS50.30 (copy enclosed) 
prescribes the requirements for proper filing of applications for licenses, 
amendments thereof, and related correspondence, reports and other written 
communications from licensees/applicants to the Commission for nuclear 
facilities, including non-power reactors. Specifically, 10 CFR SS50.30(a) 
requires that each such application and related documentation be addressed 
to the Director of Nuclear Reactor Regulation. In addition, to expedite 
delivery, mark the envelope or package ATTN:  Document Control Desk. 10 CFR 
SS50.30(b) requires that each such application or document be executed in 
three signed originals by the applicant or duly authorized officer thereof 
under oath or affirmation. 10 CFR SS50.30(c) specifies the number of copies 
which must be submitted for each type of application or document. 

Generic Letter No. 82-14, enclosed, gives further definition and guidance on
our copy needs. Generic Letter No. 82-39, also enclosed, summarizes the 
requirements for safeguards and security information submitted under 10 CFR 
73.21 and 10 CFR 2.790. An exception is that security plan changes submitted
in accordance with 10 CFR 50.54(p) require that the original and four copies
be sent to the cognizant Regional Administrator and one copy be sent to the 
Headquarters address. 

Please assure that all applications and related documentation conform to the
requirements of 10 CFR SS50.30 and subsequent revisions thereto. Should you 
have any questions regarding the proper administrative procedures for making
formal submittals to the NRC, please contact our Project Manager for your 
facility. 

This letter is for information only and contains no new reporting 
requirements. 

                              Sincerely, 


                              Darrell G. Eisenhut, Director 
                              Division of Licensing 

Enclosures: As stated  

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