Peter Dessaules, U.S. Department of Energy Brian Horn, Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Programmatic Lessons Learned and Path Forward. Overview. Day-to-Day operational challenges Reports/Backlog Issues Path forward Lessons Learned Specific Actions Anticipated Regulatory Landscape.
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Programmatic Lessons Learned and Path Forward
Daily Processing backlog has been eliminated
Monthly closing encompasses:
Officially closes the reporting period
Requires all facility data submitted
Once closed, it can only be changed as part of the next reporting period
Monthly closing consists of:
Ensure there are no record/data errors
Reconcile records for affected sites (varies from month to month)
September is by far the most complicated month
End of Government Fiscal Year
Vital input to multiple end of the year reports, e.g., Financial Reports
All DOE facilities need to be reconciled
September is historically closed in the November through January timeframe
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Transparency and Accountability
Transparent Performance—Web Based Report Card