Future Correspondence (Generic Letter 77-05)
NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20555
December 2, 1977
All Power Reactor Licensees
In recent months we have observed that some NRC licensees are using a variety
of addresses for items of correspondence directed to the Office of Nuclear
Reactor Regulation. This nonconformity has the potential for causing
administrative delays in the handling and disposition of incoming
correspondence and therefore the processing of any licensing action indicated.
Your attention is invited to 10 CFR 50.30(a) which states, in part: "Each
application for a license, including whenever appropriate a construction
permit, or amendment thereof, should be filed, for a nuclear reactor, testing
facility or other utilization facility, with the Director of Nuclear Reactor
Regulation, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, D.C. 20555". Part
50.4 requires the same address for communications and reports concerning Part
50 regulations unless otherwise specified. Regulatory Guide 10.1 "Compilation
of Reporting Requirements for Persons Subject to NRC Regulations" specifies
addresses and desired number of copies for most required reports other than
those identified in 10 CFR 50.30(a).
It is hereby requested that all of your future correspondence directed to the
Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation and its component be addressed in
accordance with 10 CFR 50.30(a), or as specified in the Regulatory Guide.
Your cooperation in this matter is appreciated.
Karl R. Goller, Assistant Director
for Operating Reactors
Division of Operating Reactors
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