2 Million Nuclear Regulatory Documents Acquired by Certrec

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Hard to Access, Pre-1999 NRC Public Document Room Now Available

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We are excited to have acquired the NRC Public Legacy Library,” says Ted Enos, Certrec President. “Our clients can now access millions of pre-1999 documents without being dependent on the NRC’s Public Document Room.

Certrec, a leading provider of regulatory licensing and compliance solutions, is pleased to announce that it has acquired a collection of microfiche containing more than two million documents released by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) prior to November 1999.

Known as the Public Legacy Library, the NRC collection contains over 2 million documents including correspondence, regulatory guidance and requirements, safety evaluations, technical documents, and many others.

Historically, access to early NRC documentation by regulatory compliance professionals has been limited to searching microfiche documents using a fee-based service through the NRC’s Public Document Room in Washington, DC. Certrec’s acquisition makes these documents available to Certrec clients for regulatory research.

“We wanted to acquire this capability to better serve our clients due to the limited availability of the pre-1999 documents – which are generally only available in hard copy or microfiche form,” says Ted Enos, Certrec President. “We can now provide these documents quickly and inexpensively to our clients upon request, without being dependent on the NRC’s Public Document Room.”

Founded in 1988, CERTREC is a regulatory and compliance solutions provider that helps utilities manage the NRC, FERC, and NERC regulatory process to their advantage. With more than 250 cumulative years of regulatory and industry experience, Certrec’s licensing and compliance solutions, performance improvement, and technical services solutions help professionals better manage the risks of the regulatory and compliance process.

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