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10 CFR--PART 170

View Printed Federal Register page 85 FR 37270 in PDF format.

Amendment(s) published June 19, 2020, in 85 FR 37270

Effective Dates: Aug. 18, 2020

3. In §170.21, in the table, revise the entry for “K. Import and export licenses” and footnotes 1 and 6 to read as follows:

§170.21   Schedule of fees for production and utilization facilities, review of standard referenced design approvals, special projects, inspections and import and export licenses.

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Schedule of Facility Fees

[See footnotes at end of table]

Facility categories and type of feesFees12
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K. Import and export licenses6
Licenses for the import and export only of production or utilization facilities or the export only of components for production or utilization facilities issued under 10 CFR part 110
1. Application for import or export of production or utilization facilities4 (including reactors and other facilities) and exports of components requiring Commission and Executive Branch review, for example, actions under 10 CFR 110.40(b)
Application—new license, or amendment; or license exemption requestN/A.
2. Application for export of reactor and other components requiring Executive Branch review, for example, those actions under 10 CFR 110.41(a)
Application—new license, or amendment; or license exemption requestN/A.
3. Application for export of components requiring the assistance of the Executive Branch to obtain foreign government assurances
Application—new license, or amendment; or license exemption requestN/A.
4. Application for export of facility components and equipment not requiring Commission or Executive Branch review, or obtaining foreign government assurances
Application—new license, or amendment; or license exemption requestN/A.
5. Minor amendment of any active export or import license, for example, to extend the expiration date, change domestic information, or make other revisions which do not involve any substantive changes to license terms or conditions or to the type of facility or component authorized for export and, therefore, do not require in-depth analysis or review or consultation with the Executive Branch, U.S. host state, or foreign government authorities
Minor amendment to licenseN/A.

1Fees will be charged for approvals issued under a specific exemption provision of the Commission's regulations under title 10 of the Code of Federal Regulations (e.g., 10 CFR 50.12, 10 CFR 73.5) and any other sections in effect now or in the future, regardless of whether the approval is in the form of a license amendment, letter of approval, safety evaluation report, or other form.

2Full cost fees will be determined based on the professional staff time and appropriate contractual support services expended. For applications currently on file and for which fees are determined based on the full cost expended for the review, the professional staff hours expended for the review of the application up to the effective date of the final rule will be determined at the professional rates in effect when the service was provided.

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4Imports only of major components for end-use at NRC-licensed reactors are authorized under NRC general import license in 10 CFR 110.27.

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6Because the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020, excludes international activities from the fee-recoverable budget in FY 2020, import and export licensing actions will not incur fees.

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