Division A—Atomic Energy
SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL PROVISIONS
Congressional declaration of policy.
Purpose of chapter.
Transfer of property.
Scholarship and fellowship program.
Partnership program with institutions of higher education.
Authorization of appropriations.
2017a to 2017b. Omitted.
Applicability of Federal Power Act.
Licensing of Government agencies.
Cooperation with States.
Storage or disposal facility planning.
Responsibilities for disposal of low-level radioactive waste.
Regional compacts for disposal of low-level radioactive waste.
Limited availability of certain regional disposal facilities during transition and licensing periods.
Responsibilities of Department of Energy.
Alternative disposal methods.
Licensing review and approval.
Radioactive waste below regulatory concern.
Health and environmental standards for uranium mill tailings.
State authority to regulate radiation below level of regulatory concern of Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
General Manager, Deputy and Assistant General Managers.
Divisions, offices, and positions.
Appointment of Army, Navy, or Air Force officer as Assistant General Manager for Military Application; Chairman of Military Liaison Committee; compensation.
Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards; composition; tenure; duties; compensation.
Fellowship program of Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards; selection of fellowships.
Research and development assistance.
Research by Commission.
Research for others; charges.
SUBCHAPTER IV—PRODUCTION OF SPECIAL NUCLEAR MATERIAL
Irradiation of materials.
Acquisition of production facilities.
Disposition of energy; regulation on sale.
SUBCHAPTER V—SPECIAL NUCLEAR MATERIAL
Determination of other material as special nuclear material; Presidential assent; effective date.
Domestic distribution of special nuclear material.
Foreign distribution of special nuclear material.
Acquisition of special nuclear material; payments; just compensation.
Guaranteed purchase prices.
Unauthorized dealings in special nuclear material.
Congressional review of guaranteed purchase price, guaranteed purchase price period, and criteria for waiver of charges.
SUBCHAPTER VI—SOURCE MATERIAL
Determination of source material.
License requirements for transfers.
Domestic distribution of source material.
Foreign distribution of source material.
Acquisition of source material; payments.
Operations on lands belonging to United States.
Public and acquired lands.
Prohibitions against issuance of license.
SUBCHAPTER VII—BYPRODUCT MATERIALS
Foreign distribution of byproduct material.
Ownership and custody of certain byproduct material and disposal sites.
Authorities of Commission respecting certain byproduct material.
SUBCHAPTER VIII—MILITARY APPLICATION OF ATOMIC ENERGY
Authority of Commission.
Prohibitions governing atomic weapons.
SUBCHAPTER IX—ATOMIC ENERGY LICENSES
Utilization and production facilities for industrial or commercial purposes.
Medical, industrial, and commercial licenses.
Antitrust provisions governing licenses.
Classes of facilities.
Suspension of licenses during war or national emergency.
Component and other parts of facilities.
Regulations implementing requirements relating to licensing for components and other parts of facilities.
Exclusions from license requirement.
Licensing by Nuclear Regulatory Commission of distribution of special nuclear material, source material, and byproduct material by Department of Energy.
SUBCHAPTER X—INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES
Effect of international arrangements.
Policies contained in international arrangements.
Cooperation with other nations.
Approval for enrichment after export of source or special nuclear material; export of major critical components of enrichment facilities.
Export policies relating to peaceful nuclear activities and international nuclear trade.
Renegotiation of agreements for cooperation.
Authority to continue agreements for cooperation entered into prior to March 10, 1978.
Protection of environment.
Effectiveness of rule, regulation, or procedure with regard to exports subject to Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978.
Savings clause; Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978.
International atomic pool.
Export licensing procedures.
Regulations establishing Commission procedures covering grant, suspension, revocation, or amendment of nuclear export licenses or exemptions.
Criteria governing United States nuclear exports.
Regulations establishing levels of physical security to protect facilities and material.
Additional export criterion and procedures.
Conduct resulting in termination of nuclear exports.
Congressional review procedures.
Review of Nuclear Proliferation Assessment Statements.
Authority to suspend nuclear cooperation with nations which have not ratified the Convention on the Physical Security of Nuclear Material.
Consultation with Department of Defense concerning certain exports and subsequent arrangements.
Further restrictions on exports.
SUBCHAPTER XI—CONTROL OF INFORMATION
Policy of Commission.
Classification and declassification of Restricted Data.
Access to Restricted Data.
Applicability of other laws.
Dissemination of unclassified information.
Fingerprinting for criminal history record checks.
SUBCHAPTER XII—PATENTS AND INVENTIONS
Inventions relating to atomic weapons, and filing of reports.
Inventions conceived during Commission contracts; ownership; waiver; hearings.
Injunctions; measure of damages.
Commission patent licenses.
Compensation, awards, and royalties.
Monopolistic use of patents.
Federally financed research.
Saving clause for prior patent applications.
SUBCHAPTER XIII—GENERAL AUTHORITY OF COMMISSION
General duties of Commission.
Use of firearms by security personnel.
Electric utility contracts; authority to enter into; cancellation; submission to Energy Committees.
Fission product contracts.
Comptroller General audit.
Claim settlements; reports to Congress.
Payments in lieu of taxes.
Indemnification and limitation of liability.
Conflicts of interest relating to contracts and other arrangements.
Elimination of pension offset for certain rehired Federal retirees.
Design basis threat rulemaking.
Expenses authorized to be paid by the Commission.
Radiation source protection.
Secure transfer of nuclear materials.
Payment of claims or judgments for damage resulting from nuclear incident involving nuclear reactor of United States warship; exception; terms and conditions.
Repealed or Transferred.
NRC user fees and annual charges.
SUBCHAPTER XIV—COMPENSATION FOR PRIVATE PROPERTY ACQUIRED
Just compensation for requisitioned property.
Condemnation of real property.
Patent application disclosures.
Attorney General approval of title.
SUBCHAPTER XV—JUDICIAL REVIEW AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE
Applicability of administrative procedure provisions; definitions.
Terms of licenses.
Inalienability of licenses.
Construction permits and operating licenses.
Revocation of licenses.
Modification of license.
Continued operation of facilities.
Hearings and judicial review.
Licensee incident reports as evidence.
Atomic safety and licensing boards; establishment; membership; functions; compensation.
Temporary operating license.
Licensing of uranium enrichment facilities.
SUBCHAPTER XVI—JOINT COMMITTEE ON ATOMIC ENERGY
2251 to 2257.
Joint Committee on Atomic Energy abolished.
Information and assistance to Congressional committees.
SUBCHAPTER XVII—ENFORCEMENT OF CHAPTER
Violation of specific sections.
Violation of sections.
Communication of Restricted Data.
Receipt of Restricted Data.
Tampering with Restricted Data.
Disclosure of Restricted Data.
Statute of limitations.
Trespass on Commission installations.
Photographing, etc., of Commission installations; penalty.
Applicability of other laws.
Civil monetary penalties for violation of Department of Energy safety regulations.
Civil monetary penalties for violations of Department of Energy regulations regarding security of classified or sensitive information or data.
Worker health and safety rules for Department of Energy nuclear facilities.
Protection of nuclear inspectors.
Sabotage of nuclear facilities or fuel.
SUBCHAPTER XVII–A—DEFENSE NUCLEAR FACILITIES SAFETY BOARD
Functions of Board.
Powers of Board.
Responsibilities of Secretary of Energy.
“Department of Energy defense nuclear facility” defined.
Contract authority subject to appropriations.
Transmittal of certain information to Congress.
Annual authorization of appropriations.
Procurement of inspector general services.
SUBCHAPTER XVIII—EURATOM COOPERATION
Authorization of appropriations for research and development program; authority to enter into contracts; period of contracts; equivalent amounts for research and development program.
Authorization for sale or lease of uranium and plutonium; amounts; lien for nonpayment; uranium enrichment services.
Acquisition of nuclear materials.
Nonliability of United States; indemnification.
SUBCHAPTER XIX—REMEDIAL ACTION AND URANIUM REVITALIZATION
National Strategic Uranium Reserve.
Sale of remaining DOE inventories.
Responsibility for the industry.
Annual uranium purchase reports.
Uranium inventory study.
Regulatory treatment of uranium purchases.
Division B—United States Enrichment Corporation
SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL PROVISIONS
SUBCHAPTER II—ESTABLISHMENT, POWERS, AND ORGANIZATION OF CORPORATION
2297b to 2297b–15. Repealed.
SUBCHAPTER III—RIGHTS, PRIVILEGES, AND ASSETS OF CORPORATION
2297c to 2297c–7. Repealed.
SUBCHAPTER IV—PRIVATIZATION OF CORPORATION
SUBCHAPTER V—AVLIS AND ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR URANIUM ENRICHMENT
2297e to 2297e–7. Repealed.
SUBCHAPTER VI—LICENSING AND REGULATION OF URANIUM ENRICHMENT FACILITIES
Gaseous diffusion facilities.
Licensing of other technologies.
Regulation of Restricted Data.
SUBCHAPTER VII—DECONTAMINATION AND DECOMMISSIONING
Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund.
Reports to Congress.
SUBCHAPTER VIII—UNITED STATES ENRICHMENT CORPORATION PRIVATIZATION
Sale of Corporation.
Method of sale.
Establishment of private corporation.
Transfers to private corporation.
Leasing of gaseous diffusion facilities.
Transfer of contracts.
Uranium transfers and sales.
Incentives for additional downblending of highly enriched uranium by the Russian Federation.
Application of certain laws.
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