United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Daniel Pasquale

Dan Pasquale is a Senior Reactor Systems Engineer in the NRC’s Office of New Investigations. He serves as a technical advisor to the Director, Office of Investigations and as the Agency’s Subject Matter Expert on Counterfeit, Fraudulent, and Suspect Items. He was instrumental in developing the agency’s current CFSI program, and in December, 2017 become the NRC’s first employee to be certified by INTERPOL’s International IP Crime Investigators College for “Investigations of Transnational and Organized Intellectual Property Crime.” He is a member of the Government Advisory Group for GIDEP – the Government-Industry Data Exchange Program, and participates on several Critical Infrastructure Protection Plan Communities of Interest.

Prior to joining OI, Mr. Pasquale supported various technical staff positions within the Agency including the Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation’s Operating and Construction Experience Program and as a qualified lead vendor inspector for the Office of New Reactors.

Prior to beginning his public service with the NRC in 2007, Mr. Pasquale had completed 26 years in the commercial nuclear power industry, working with both Exelon Nuclear Generation and Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation where he held positions as a NUPIC Lead Vendor Auditor, Procurement Engineering Supervisor, Project Manager, and Start-up and Test Engineer.

Mr. Pasquale graduated from Massachusetts Maritime Academy with a B.S. in Marine Engineering, and sailed as a licensed Engineering Office aboard U.S. merchant vessels.
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