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2003 International RERTR Meeting

Shipment security update - 2003

John Patterson
Site Transportation Services
NAC International
227 Gateway Drive
Aiken, SC  29803
USA

and

Catherine Anne
Site Transportation Services
NAC International
3930 E. Jones Bridge Road
Norcross, GA  30092
USA

ABSTRACT

At the 2002 RERTR, NAC reported on the interim measures taken by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission to enhance the security afforded to shipments of spent nuclear fuel.  Since that time, there have been a number of additional actions focused on shipment security including training programs sponsored by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Electric Power Research Council, investigation by the Government Accounting Office, and individual measures taken by shippers and transportation agents.  The paper will present a status update regarding this dynamic set of events and provide an objective assessment of the cost, schedule and technical implications of the changing security landscape.


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Contact:
Ms. Catherine Anne
Transportation Manager
NAC International
3930 East Jones Bridge Road
Norcross, GA 30092 USA
Phone:  +1 (770) 447-1144
Fax:      +1 (678) 328-1543
E-mail:  canne@nacintl.com

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