Bulletin 83-07: Supplement 1, Apparently Fraudulent Products Sold by Ray Miller, Inc.
SSINS No.: 6820
OMB No.: 3150-00012
Expiration Date: 04/30/85
IEB 83-07, Supp. 1
NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
OFFICE OF INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20555
October 26, 1983
IE BULLETIN NO. 83-07, SUPPLEMENT 1: APPARENTLY FRAUDULENT PRODUCTS SOLD
BY RAY MILLER, INC.
All nuclear power reactor facilities and fuel facilities holding an
operating license (OL) or construction permit (CP).
Other fuel cycle facilities and Category B, Priority I (processors and
distributors) material licensees.
On July 29, 1983, the NRC sent a letter to each non-licensee company that
received apparently fraudulent material from Ray Miller, Inc., asking the
company to identify nuclear facilities that may have been supplied
fraudulent material. They were also asked to identify the customer to whom
they sold the material if they themselves were not the end-user. A second
letter was sent on September 21 to those companies that had not yet
responded. As of the date of this Supplement, about 65% of the companies
have responded. This bulletin supplement is being issued to provide a
composite list of the respondents and their customers as identified in the
responses to the NRC.
Action Requested of Addressees:
No additional actions beyond those specified in IEB 83-07 are requested by
this supplement. The information contained in this supplement is provided to
assist addressees in responding to the actions specified in IEB 83-07.
Attachment 1 provides a list of respondents who identified themselves as
end-users of the Ray Miller, Inc. materials. No further contact with these
companies is required.
Attachment, 2 provides a list of respondents who provided Ray Miller, Inc.
materials to others. The list identifies the original purchaser and the
secondary recipient. Although the NRC immediately forwarded information to
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licensees when they were identified as recipients of Ray Miller, Inc.
materials, the identification of non-licensee secondary recipients who, in
turn, may have provided materials to licensees is new information not
previously available to licensees.
Attachment 3 provides a list of NRC licensees who were identified as
If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact the Regional
Administrator of the appropriate NRC Regional Office, or one of the
technical contacts listed below.
Richard C. DeYoung Director
Office of Inspection and Enforcement
Technical Contacts: Mary S. Wegner, IE
Ronald M. Young, IE
1. Respondents Identified as End-Users
2. Respondents and Secondary Recipients
3. NRC Licensees Identified as Secondary Recipients
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