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Nuke Commission Updates Rules For Plant Emergencies

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved changes to the emergency preparedness regulation requirements for existing and nuclear power plants to come. The changes place limitations on the duties of the plant’s on site emergency responders, avoiding overburdening during emergencies. Additionally, drills and exercise programs should now incorporate hostile-action-based scenarios. New measures will …

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NRC Starts Implementing Japan Task Force Recommendations

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has started the process of implementing recommendations made by a task force set up after the post-tsunami nuclear accident in Japan, the agency announced Friday. NRC staff are required to report by Sept. 9 on whether 11 of the task force’s 12 recommendations should be implemented. …

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NASA Tops Survey of Innovative Agencies

NASA has the edge over other federal agencies in encouraging innovation, says a report from the Partnership for Public Service. Government Executive reports the results came from the Office of Personnel Management’s annual survey of federal employee attitudes. OPM surveyed 260,000 workers from 32 large agencies in 2010. Respondents were …

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Stuart Reiter

Stuart Reiter has served as senior adviser of e-Government at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission since 2003. Reiter joined NRC in May 1999 as deputy chief information officer and was appointed chief information officer in June 2001. Prior to his tenure at NRC, Reiter was director of infrastructure at IMC Global, …

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