OMB Exhibit 300s
The NRC OMB Exhibit 300's are business cases that provide a high level summary of the major IT investments active within the NRC agency. The Exhibit 300's provide justification on why an investment should continue by addressing the following areas: project planning, benefit cost analysis, alternative analysis, acquisition planning, risk management planning, human resources planning, enterprise architecture and security. For new investments, this information is used by OMB to determine whether the investment should continue to be funded. For steady-state investments, this information is used to determine the health of the investment and whether or not it meets expectations.
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|Agency-wide Documents Access and Management System (ADAMS)||The NRC uses the Agencywide Documents Access and Management System (ADAMS) to manage content created by the staff and by the external stakeholders (NRC licensees, nuclear industry companies and groups, various public interest groups, general public,|
|Budget Formulation System (BFS) (Formerly BFA)||The Budget Formulation System (BFS) investment provides for the collection of budget formulation resources, agency salary and benefits allocation, OMB Homeland Security and Exhibit 53 reporting requirements. BFS is the main utility in creating,|
|Business Application System Support (BASS)||The NRC Business Application System Support (BASS) Investment provides a common platform for the operations and maintenance of several NRC applications, including: Reactor Program System (RPS), a work planning and staff resource application that provides|
|Core Financial System - Replacement||The Core Financial System Replacement investment is the deployment of the Financial Accounting and Integrated Management Information System (FAIMIS). NRC uses a Federal Shared Service Provider (SSP), the National Business Center (NBC) at the Department|
|Enterprise Project Management (EPM)||The Office of New Reactors (NRO) has been tasked by the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to process the first applications for construction and operation of a new nuclear power plant received by the NRC in over 30 years. This was a|
|Incident Response System (IRS)||The United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission's (NRC) mission is to regulate the Nation's civilian use of byproduct, source, and special nuclear materials to ensure adequate protection of public health and safety, to promote the common defense and|
|Infrastructure Services and Support (ISS)||The Infrastructure Services and Support (ISS) Program supports the NRC mission by integrating, deploying and sustaining critical Information Technology (IT) infrastructure and systems. ISS provides access to information that the NRC staff needs to|
|Integrated Source Management Portfolio||The events of September 11, 2001, heightened|
|Time & Labor Modernization||This investment provides for the collection of time and attendance and labor data for approximately 4050 employees and consultants. The purpose of this investment is to perform a modernization of the legacy HRMS Time & Labor (T&L) system.|