U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Forms

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is responsible for regulating the civilian use of nuclear materials to protect public health and safety, promote the common defense and security, and safeguard the environment. It oversees the safe use of nuclear power plants, nuclear reactors, nuclear materials, and radioactive substances. The NRC establishes regulations, conducts inspections and audits, issues licenses, and enforces compliance with safety standards for nuclear facilities and activities in the United States.




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This document is used for contractor reporting to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Office of the Inspector General.

This form is used for authorized nuclear pharmacist training and experience and preceptor attestation in the NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission).


This Form is used for creating a security agreement between a borrower and a lender. It outlines the terms and conditions of the loan agreement and provides assurance to the lender that they have the right to seize the borrower's assets as collateral in the event of default.

This form is used as an appendage to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Security Agreement. It provides additional information and clarification related to security arrangements.

This form is used for documenting the training and experience of a Radiation Safety Officer, as well as attesting to the qualifications of a preceptor for training purposes.

This form is used for preparing an independent government cost estimate for interagency agreements.

This document is used for security termination statements in the NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission) process. It involves the completion of Form 136 to officially declare the end of security measures for a specific facility or project.

This form is used for submitting a project proposal and cost estimate for NRC laboratory work.

This form is used for collecting bibliographic data for documents included in the National Register of Contractors (NRC). It helps maintain accurate information for future reference.

This document is used for reporting any incidents or events at a gaseous diffusion plant to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).

This document provides a summary of negotiations for an interagency agreement. It is used to document the terms and conditions agreed upon between different agencies.

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