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Purpose / Goals: The purpose of this investment is to ensure adequate safety and security for radioactive materials. The Integrated Source Management Portfolio (ISMP) consists of three distinct and complementary information systems: The Web Based LicPurpose / Goals: The purpose of this investment is to ensure adequate safety and security for radioactive materials. The Integrated Source Management Portfolio (ISMP) consists of three distinct and complementary information systems: The Web Based Licensing (WBL) System; the National Source Tracking System (NSTS); and the License Verification System (LVS). These systems will support radioactive materials credential tracking (license and certificate), inspection tracking, item tracking (devices and sources), and license verification. This solution is required under the Energy Policy Act of 2005.Benefits: This investment will provide an integrated set of automated tools to store and maintain information on radioactive materials licensees, to provide an inventory of nationally distributed radioactive sources, and to manage source transactions (e.g., transfers and disposal). Functionally, these systems will: 1.) enable ready access to data on materials licenses; 2.) support pre-shipment verification of source transfers; and 3.) provide full life cycle tracking of sealed sources containing radioactive materials of interest. Sources of interest meet criteria for the isotopes and activity levels specified under the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) code of conduct.Contribution to Mission: The events of September 11, 2001, heightened the nation's concern regarding the use of radioactive materials for a malevolent act. Radioactive materials used in varied industrial and medical settings, could potentially be stolen and used to produce a dirty bomb, utilizing conventional explosives in combination with radioactive sources. This investment directly supports the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) mission area to ensure adequate safety and security for radioactive materials. Key Customers: NRC and Agreement State agency staff and radioactive materials Licensees.Stakeholders, Beneficiaries: Other U.S. federal agencies and the U.S. general public.NOTE: This investment replaces the NSTS (UPI 429-00-01-04-01-1010-00) and WBL (UPI 429-00-01-04-01-1000-00) investments that were previously reported as separate OMB Exhibit 300s. More..
FY2013 (CY) Spending
Time frame of Investment
2012 - 2020
No change in status
Allison M. Macfarlane
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Number of Projects
|Project Name||Project Life Cycle Costs||Cost Variance||Schedule Variance|
|ISMP Software Maintenance (FY13)||$4.26 M|
|ISMP Software Maintenance (FY12)||$2.55 M|
|ISMP License Verification System (LVS) - FY12||$2.3 M|
|ISMP Web-Based Licensing (WBL) - FY12||$2.07 M|
|ISMP License Verification System (LVS) - FY13||$1.8 M|
|ISMP WBL Sub-System: Storage & Transportation Info. Mgmt System (STIMS) - FY12/13||$650 K|
|Metric Description||Frequency||Unit of Measure||FY2013 Target||Most Recent Actual||Met/Not Met||Updated Date of Most Recent Actual|
|Percentage of applicable licensees that have one oPercentage of applicable licensees that have one or more credentialed NSTS users. More..||Semi-Annual||PercentagePercentage||16||24.1||Met||2013-02-28|
|Percentage of Shipments Received On-Line.Percentage of Shipments Received On-Line.||Semi-Annual||PercentagePercentage||35||37||Met||2013-02-28|
|Percentage of Calls Handled by Tier 1 Help Desk.Percentage of Calls Handled by Tier 1 Help Desk.||Semi-Annual||PercentagePercentage||85||94.6||Met||2013-02-28|
|Number of code scan reports with 'high' security iNumber of code scan reports with 'high' security issues. More..||Semi-Annual||CountCount||3||2||Met||2013-02-28|
|Percentage of System Availability (Uptime).Percentage of System Availability (Uptime).||Monthly||PercentagePercentage||99.5||99.9519||Met||2013-04-30|
|Number of 'Emergency Releases' due to code qualityNumber of 'Emergency Releases' due to code quality issues. More..||Semi-Annual||CountCount||4||1||Met||2013-02-28|
|Number of Agreement States contributing license daNumber of Agreement States contributing license data to the WBL National License Warehouse More..||Semi-Annual||CountCount||20||21||Met||2013-02-28|
|Related Social MediaRelated Social Media||http://www.nrc.gov/security/byproduct/ismp/nsts.ht ...|
|General InformationGeneral Information||http://www.nrc.gov/security/byproduct/ismp/nsts.ht ...|
|General InformationGeneral Information||http://www.nrc.gov/security/byproduct/ismp/wbl.htm ...|
|General InformationGeneral Information||http://www.nrc.gov/security/byproduct/ismp/lvs.htm ...|
|General InformationGeneral Information||http://www.nrc.gov/security/byproduct/ismp.html|
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|Does the investment have any activities with a planned duration greater than a year?:||Yes|
|Planned duration of the longest activity (days):||457|
|Average planned duration of in-progress and future activities (days):||155|
|Planned cost of one activity is greater than 25% of total planned cost of all activities?:||No|
|Number of contracts applying modular development principles:||3|
All activity calculations assess only activities with no related child activities.
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