10 CFR 1.27 - Office of Congressional Affairs.

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§ 1.27 Office of Congressional Affairs.

The Office of Congressional Affairs -

(a) Advises the Chairman, the Commission, and NRC staff on all NRC relations with Congress and the views of Congress toward NRC policies, plans and activities;

(b) Maintains liaison with Congressional committees and members of Congress on matters of interest to NRC;

(c) Serves as primary contact point for all NRC communications with Congress;

(d) Coordinates NRC internal activities with Congress;

(e) Plans, develops, and manages NRC's legislative programs; and

(f) Monitors legislative proposals, bills, and hearings.

[ 57 FR 1639, Jan. 15, 1992]

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