NRC Requests Info on Commercial Inspector General Applications

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission seeks industry information on commercial information technology products required by the agency’s inspector general.

NRC seeks monitoring dashboards, electronic storage, real-time collaboration platforms and other applications used by the IG offices of other agencies, NRC said Friday in a SAM notice.

The agency intends to manage digital access, report data, monitor work performance, implement new applications, observe compliance with various requirements and pursue other IG-required tasks via commercial-off-the-shelf products.

These products will also support the agency’s efforts to develop risk-based audit plans and oversee all audit-related activities.

Interested parties may respond to NRC's request through May 22.

NRC’s Office of the Inspector General handles about 40 cases, 30 audits and almost 200 allegations annually.

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