Criteria for Licensees Applicants, and Other Entities
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The NRC issued RIS 2005-31 to give guidance for identifying sensitive information that could be used by terrorists. The following guidance in Attachment 2 to RIS 2005-31 applies to specific categories of NRC nuclear materials licensees and other stakeholders.
|Stakeholder1 ||Applicable Guidance from RIS 2005-31 Attachment 2 |
|Fuel cycle facilities including milling, conversion, enrichment and fuel fabrication facilities || |
|Decommissioning and low-level waste sites || |
|Medical, Industrial, and Academic Uses of Nuclear Materials |
|10 CFR Part 71: certificate holders, and registered users || |
|10 CFR Part 71: Quality Assurance Program holders || |
|10 CFR Part 72: certificate holders, general licensees, and site specific licensees || |
|Export and Import || |
1 With regards to High-Level Waste, requirements for making information publicly available via the Licensing Support Network (LSN) is contained in 1O CFR Part 2 Subpart J for an applicant of the proposed geological repository at Yucca Mountain in Nevada. Furthermore, the "Joint DOE and NRC Sensitive Unclassified Information and Classification Guide for the Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program" (CG-OCRWM-1) provides guidance for determining sensitive information.
Page Last Reviewed/Updated Thursday, August 10, 2017