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What are Advisories, Orders, and Interim Compensatory Measures?

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What are Advisories, Orders, and Interim Compensatory Measures?

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Advisories are non-public, rapid communications from NRC to its licensees that provide information obtained from the intelligence community or law enforcement agencies on changes to the threat environment and guidance for licensees to take specific actions promptly to strengthen their capability against the threat. Although Advisories are not legally binding, they are effective in quickly conveying important information to large numbers of licensees. They are tailored to categories of licensees including power reactors, non-power reactors, fuel facilities, decommissioning reactors, independent spent fuel storage installations, gaseous diffusion plants, and materials licensees.Orders are regulatory requirements that may modify, suspend, or revoke a license or require specific actions by the licensee. Orders issued after September 11, 2001, modified the operating license for each facility that will remain in effect until the Commission determines that the level of threat has diminished o

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Advisories are non-public, rapid communications from NRC to its licensees that provide information obtained from the intelligence community or law enforcement agencies on changes to the threat environment and guidance for licensees to take specific actions promptly to strengthen their capability against the threat. Although Advisories are not legally binding, they are effective in quickly conveying important information to large numbers of licensees. They are tailored to categories of licensees including power reactors, non-power reactors, fuel facilities, decommissioning reactors, independent spent fuel storage installations, gaseous diffusion plants, and materials licensees. Orders are regulatory requirements that may modify, suspend, or revoke a license or require specific actions by the licensee. Orders issued after September 11, 2001, modified the operating license for each facility that will remain in effect until the Commission determines that the level of threat has diminished

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