United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation Reorganization (Generic Letter 92-07)

October 20, 1992

TO:       All Holders of operating Licenses or Construction Permits for 
          Nuclear Power Reactors

          (GENERIC LETTER 92-07)

This is to inform you that, effective October 4, 1992, the Office of Nuclear
Reactor Regulation (NRR) was reorganized.  The new organization better aligns
management of technical activities within the Associate Director for
Inspection and Technical Assessment (ADT), transfers some functions to the
Associate Director for Projects (ADP), and transfers the responsibility for
conducting environmental reviews from ADP to the Associate Director for
Advanced Reactors and License Renewal (ADAR).  

Some Senior Executive Service (SES) positions have been realigned.  The number
of technical divisions remains at six.  Responsibility for generic activities,
event followup and standard technical specifications has been realigned from
ADT to ADP.  The organizational change includes realigning six branches,
creating a new branch, and consolidating environmental functions into a single
branch level organization.  Individual assignments and tasks are essentially
unchanged.  The new NRR organization chart which depicts the new structure and
manager reporting relationships is enclosed.  

This generic letter contains no information collection requirements and
therefore is not subject to the requirements of the Paperwork Reduction Act of
1980 (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.).

                                          ORIGINAL SIGNED BY

                                          James G. Partlow
                                          Associate Director for Projects 
                                          Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation

1.  NRR Organization Chart
2.  Recently Issued Generic Letters

Contact:  Richard H. Wessman, NRR
          (301) 504-1202

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