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1 1 Implementation Status of the U.S.-IAEA Additional Protocol Thomas Grice NMMSS Users Meeting May 20, 2009 Denver, CO

2 2  Regulations (10 CFR Parts 75 and 110) – December 23, 2008  Includes all NRC and Agreement State licensed facilities  Reporting requirements and IAEA access  Revisions to other Parts of 10 CFR, as necessary for consistency (Parts 30, 40, 50, 60, 61, 63, 70, 72, 95, and 150)  Information Collection – Completed March 18, 2009  Assessment / Vetting – Completed March 27, 2009  Formal Certification to the Dept. of Commerce – April 9, 2009  Submittal to IAEA scheduled for July 2, 2009 NRC’s U.S. Additional Protocol Status

3 3 Information Collection Process  NRC and Department of Commerce (DOC) use a joint information collection process  All NRC and Agreement State licensees use paper-based reporting system  All NRC and Agreement State licensee AP reporting forms are sent to the DOC Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) DOC/BIS forwards licensee submitted forms to the NRC  NRC reviews/enters data, provides data to DOC/BIS via CD  Future plans to develop and implement a computerized reporting system utilizing web-based forms

4 4 Information Collection Timelines  Annual reports Submitted to DOC by January 31st of each year Starting in 2010  Export reports Submitted to DOC 15 days after the end of each quarter April 15 th ; July 15 th, October 15 th and January 15 th

5 5 Licensee Guidance  Joint NRC/DOC website (www.AP.gov) with applicable references and documents  Joint NRC/DOC Additional Protocol Reporting Handbooks Reporting guidance Forms Step by step instructions  Outreach activities (examples of forms, Q&A sessions, side meetings)  Direct interaction of NRC staff with licensees and licensees’ representatives

6 6 NRC Additional Protocol Outreach  Previous years Presentations to Nuclear Energy Institute Technical meetings (Annual INMM meetings, NMMSS Users meetings, etc.)  2008 Meetings The 2008 Annual NMMSS Users Group meeting, May The 3 rd Annual Fuel Cycle Information Exchange, June The INMM 49 th Annual Meeting, July The Annual TRTR Conference, September The NEI International Uranium Fuel Seminar, October Joint DOC/NRC Informational Seminars (2), November  2009 Meetings NRC / Organization of Agreement States / Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors conference call, January The 2009 Annual NMMSS Users Group meeting, May The 4 th Annual Fuel Cycle Information Exchange, June The 2009 NMA/NRC Uranium Recovery Workshop, July The INMM 50 th Annual Meeting, July

7 7 Reported Activities  Article 2.a(i) – Fuel-cycle Research and Development NRC - 4 Entries Total U.S Entries  Article 2.a (iii) - Buildings at Nuclear Facilities NRC - 8 “Sites”, 118 Buildings Total U.S “Sites”, 121 Buildings  Article 2.a (iv) - Fuel-cycle related manufacturing NRC - 3 Entries Total U.S Entries

8 8 Reported Activities  Article 2.a(v) – Mining and concentration plants NRC - 11 Locations Total U.S Locations  Article 2.a (vi) - Import, export, or possession of source materials preceding starting point of IAEA safeguards NRC - 1 Locations Total U.S. - 1 Locations  Article 2.a (ix) - Export of nuclear fuel cycle-related equipment and non- nuclear material NRC – 2 Locations reported exports for the 1 st quarter CY 2009 Total U.S. - 2 Locations reported exports for the 1 st quarter CY 2009

9 9 NRC Contact Information Thomas Grice Brian Horn


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