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The rulemaking petition process is the system by which any member of the public can request that the NRC develop, modify, or rescind a regulation.

This page lists the year when a particular petition for rulemaking (PRM) was docketed, the Docket ID, the PRM docket number, and the title of all open petitions.

This page also provides links to the site. This government-wide, online database includes the NRC's public dockets related to PRMs. The dockets include publicly available documents such as NRC-issued Federal Register notices, supporting documents, public comments, and other related documents. Select the docket number shown in the table to access a particular docket. Once you are in the docket, you may sign up to receive an e-mail notification when particular documents are placed in the docket. To subscribe: (1) navigate to the docket folder; (2) click the "E-mail Alert" link; and (3) enter your e-mail address and select how frequently you would like to receive e-mails (daily, weekly, or monthly).

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Year Docket ID PRM Title
2024 There is no content at this time
2023 [No petitions docketed]
2022 NRC-2022-0178 PRM-50-124 Licensing Safety Analysis for Loss-of-Coolant Accidents
2020 NRC-2020-0155 PRM-50-123 Public Protective Actions During a General Emergency
NRC-2020-0055 PRM-50-121 Voluntary Adoption of Revised Design Basis Accident Dose Criteria
2019 NRC-2019-0180 PRM-50-120 Alternative Method for Calculating Embrittlement for Steel Reactor Vessels