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Current Climate

Major Projects by Department - FY2009

Leading Projects at NRC - 2007
ADAMS, the NRC's infrastructure for managing unclassified documents Business Services and Compliance Support Administrative support systems

IT Budget History

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
$69 $76 $83

$90 (Proposed)

$104 (Final)

$94 (Proposed)

$123 (Final)

$130 (Proposed)

$126 (Enacted)

$155 (Proposed)

Numbers = $millions. (Data from the Office of Management and Budget)

Note on 2007 & 2008: Most civilian agencies other that the Homeland Security Department have not had a full budget approved since FY2006. A continuing resolution has keep agency spending near 2006 levels.

Most Common Procurement Methods


Advice for This Government Market Space

Related Links

Federal Register - NRC

Agency Profile

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
One White Flint North
11555 Rockville Pike
Rockville, Maryland 20852-2738

Web site

The Commission as a collegial body formulates policies, develops regulations governing nuclear reactor and nuclear material safety, issues orders to licensees nuclear reactors and materials, and adjudicates legal matters. The NRC is headed by a five-member Commission. The President designates one member to serve as Chairman and official spokesperson. The offices reporting to the Executive Director for Operations ensure that the commercial use of nuclear materials in the United States is safely conducted. As part of the regulatory process, the four regional offices conduct inspection, enforcement, and emergency response programs for licensees within their borders. [1]

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[1] From the NRC commission page and organization page.

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