Fort Worth, TX (PRWEB) May 23, 2013
Certrec, a leading provider of regulatory licensing and compliance solutions, is pleased to announce it is now reporting on Congressional hearings, legislation, and correspondence between NRC and members of Congress through its RegSource compliance solution.
Released in 2010, RegSource is the industry’s first, complete, web-based Licensing and Compliance Management solution providing nuclear compliance managers with comprehensive regulatory information in one location.
“We’re excited to announce that RegSource has expanded the scope of its daily updates to include coverage of Congressional hearings, legislation, and correspondence between NRC and members of Congress,” says Ted Enos, CEO of Certrec. “Certrec has retained a specialist that follows Congressional activity related to nuclear power so that busy compliance managers can quickly know of critical issues and Congressional actions that may affect them.”
Although other sources exist for information on congressional activities related to nuclear power, the RegSource solution integrates this information into a complete review of regulatory activities affecting operating nuclear plants. RegSource also allows targeting of the congressional updates to subscribers with a specific interest in these matters.
“Licensing and Compliance professionals need better tools to research issues and keep up with developments – while avoiding the dual problems of too much information and too little time,” states Al Haeger, Office of Licensing and Compliance (OLC) Director for Certrec. “The addition of congressional activity updates to our daily reviews, and the ability to target these updates to compliance managers further establishes RegSource as the premier tool for staying ahead of regulatory developments.”
Founded in 1988, Certrec is a regulatory compliance process expert that helps utilities manage the regulatory process to their advantage. With more than 300 cumulative years of regulatory and industry experience with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), and other Regional Entities, Certrec’s Office of Licensing and Compliance, Office of NERC Compliance, Office of Assessment and Recovery and New Plant services are used by utilities across North America.