AVAILABILITY OF REFERENCE MATERIALSIN NRC PUBLICATIONS
NRC Reference Material
As of November 1999, you may electronically accessNUREG-series publications and other NRC records atNRC’s Public Electronic Reading Room athttp://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm.html.Publicly released records include, to name a few,NUREG-series publications;
notices;applicant, licensee, and vendor documents andcorrespondence; NRC correspondence and internalmemoranda; bulletins and information notices;inspection and investigative reports; licensee eventreports; and Commission papers and their attachments.NRC publications in the NUREG series, NRCregulations, and
Title 10, Energy
, in the Code of
may also be purchased from oneof these two sources.1. The Superintendent of DocumentsU.S. Government Printing OfficeMail Stop SSOPWashington, DC 20402–0001Internet: bookstore.gpo.govTelephone: 202-512-1800Fax: 202-512-22502. The National Technical Information ServiceSpringfield, VA 22161–0002www.ntis.gov1–800–553–6847 or, locally, 703–605–6000A single copy of each NRC draft report for comment isavailable free, to the extent of supply, upon writtenrequest as follows:Address: Office of Administration,Printing and Mail Services BranchU.S. Nuclear Regulatory CommissionWashington, DC 20555-0001E-mail: DISTRIBUTION@nrc.govFacsimile: 301–415–2289Some publications in the NUREG series that areposted at NRC’s Web site addresshttp://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/nuregsare updated periodically and may differ from the lastprinted version.
Although references to material foundon a Web site bear the date the material was accessed,the material available on the date cited maysubsequently be
removed from the site.
Non-NRC Reference Material
Documents available from public and special technicallibraries include all open literature items, such asbooks, journal articles, and transactions,
notices, Federal and State legislation, andcongressional reports. Such documents as theses,dissertations, foreign reports and translations, andnon-NRC conference proceedings may be purchasedfrom their sponsoring organization.Copies of industry codes and standards used in asubstantive manner in the NRC regulatory process aremaintained at—The NRC Technical LibraryTwo White Flint North11545 Rockville PikeRockville, MD 20852–2738These standards are available in the library forreference use by the public. Codes and standards areusually copyrighted and may be purchased from theoriginating organization or, if they are AmericanNational Standards, from—American National Standards Institute11 West 42
StreetNew York, NY 10036–8002www.ansi.org212–642–4900Legally binding regulatory requirements are statedonly in laws; NRC regulations; licenses, includingtechnical specifications; or orders, not inNUREG-series publications. The views expressedin contractor-prepared publications in this series arenot necessarily those of the NRC.The NUREG series comprises (1) technical andadministrative reports and books prepared by thestaff (NUREG–XXXX) or agency contractors(NUREG/CR–XXXX), (2) proceedings ofconferences (NUREG/CP–XXXX), (3) reportsresulting from international agreements(NUREG/IA–XXXX), (4) brochures(NUREG/BR–XXXX), and (5) compilations of legaldecisions and orders of the Commission and Atomicand Safety Licensing Boards and of Directors’decisions under Section 2.206 of NRC’s regulations(NUREG–0750).