United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

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To discuss the scope of a rulemaking approved by the Commission in the Staff Requirements Memorandum (ADAMS Accession No. ML15266A023) for SECY-15-0002, “Proposed Updates of Licensing Policies, Rules and Guidance for Future New Reactor Applications” (ADAMS Accession No. ML13277A420). The staff would like to engage with the public to solicit ideas that the NRC should consider for this rulemaking.
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Meeting Dates and Times
8:30AM - 3:30PM

Meeting Location
NRC One White Flint North
11555 Rockville Pike
Commission Hearing Room
Rockville MD
Webinar Link:https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1757324540556333826
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James O'Driscoll

Participation Level
Category 3
NRC Participants
NRC Staff
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Related Documents
ML19011A002 - 01/15/2019 Notice of Category 3 Public Meeting to Discuss the Proposed Rulemaking to Align the Regulations in 10 CFR Parts 50 and 52, to Address Updates to the Licensing Processes, and Lessons Learned for Future New Reactor Applications

ML18331A379 - 1/15/2019 - NRC Presentation for Consideration of Scope of Rulemaking to Update Regulations for Future New Reactor Licensing Applications

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The staff welcomes discussion on the following questions during the meeting:•What elements of the Part 50 licensing process should be aligned with the Part 52 licensing process to achieve equivalent outcomes under both new reactor application review processes? What elements of the Part 50 licensing process should not be aligned with the Part 52 licensing process? •What elements of the Part 52 licensing process should be changed to address difficulties encountered during previous licensing reviews and provide more effective and efficient reviews for future applications? •What transformational changes can be implemented in the Part 52 licensing process, which would improve effectiveness and efficiency within the framework of reasonable assurance of adequate protection of safety and security?