As the search of publicly available documents is currently implemented by Google, the most frequently used documents are listed first. What the typical user is looking for the the most current information. I think a way to categorize searches by time would be very helpful.
Is there a way of seeing all comments since a comment my be under a topic that someone else might not choose to look at and therefore not see a comment?
I tried to send the following email and the NRC refused to accept the email.
This is not open government.
To: Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Re: Reject the relicensing of the Duane Arnold Nuclear Power Plant
I live within 10 miles of DAEC, and therefore am subject to an Emergency Action Plan in case of an accident at DAEC.
I urge... more »
NRC has an excellent calendar of public meetings. However, once the meetings occur they are no longer listed. NRC should maintain a chronological listing of past meetings along with the meeting notice, agenda, attendees, and meeting summaries or transcripts. This wil be much more useful than searching for them on ADAMS.
All NRC agency printers should be set to print on both sides of a sheet of paper. Exceptions would be allowed by administraive personnel preparing slides, etc. The could possibly cut paper usage by 35% or more.
ALSO -- Those OpenGov Team members,... more »
Unfortunately, Reg Guide 1.206 (NUREG-0800) Standard Review Plan (SRP) Section 17.4 guidance remains... more »
A couple of suggestions:
- Display the number of I Agree/I Disagree votes, as well as the average, for example: I Agree(5) and I Disagree(10), total -5. (1)Agree + (1)Disagree = 0 is not very useful.
- Display date and time for each post, to provide more context.
Congratulations on this effort.
Make it clear to the public what is currently being done about nuclear waste, and what the future of nuclear waste disposal is.
Since Yucca Mountain is not open, there are no options beyond illegal overflow storage at individual facilities.
How will future facilities contribute to the waste stream?
We welcome this opportunity to provide comments regarding which data sets the NRC could most usefully place online. I discussed this issue more extensively in a law review article entitled "Spotlight on Safety at Nuclear Power Plants: The View from Oyster Creek," 26 Pace Environmental Law Review 365 (2009), which may be found at:
http ://digitalcommons.... more »
The NRC should publish information on the current status of all decommissioning funds for operating nuclear power plants. This data set should be kept up-to-date as new information becomes available. Having such information readily accessible is necessary in light of recent revelations that many nuclear power plants across the country do not have sufficient... more »