United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Doug Broaddus

Doug Broaddus has been at the NRC since 1991, and has been a Branch Chief in NRR since 2010.  As Chief of the Special Projects and Process Branch, he is responsible for coordinating the agency actions for power reactors transitioning to decommissioning, for providing special support services for unique and first-of-a-kind operating reactor licensing actions, and for managing the agency’s programs for the public to request action under 10 CFR 2.206 and for evaluating and responding to Task Interface Agreements from other NRC offices.  Prior to becoming a Branch Chief, he was a Senior Project Manager in the Office of Federal and State Materials and Environmental Management, served as a Technical Assistant to Chairman Dale Klein and to Commissioner Kristine Svinicki, was the Technical Assistant to the Director of the Office of Nuclear Materials Safety and Safeguards (NMSS) and the Team Lead for the NMSS Energy Policy Act Task Force.  He has extensive experience in reactor and materials licensing and in radioactive materials security including implementation of Security Orders for materials licensees, preventing Radiological Dispersal Devices and control of orphan sources.  He has international experience serving as an expert on a mission to Georgia on establishing source security programs and at a reactor decommissioning workshop in Korea, and with the IAEA in the development of safety guides on source security and orphan sources.  Mr. Broaddus received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, and is a graduate of the 2010 NRC Leadership Potential Program.
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