The Mission Analytics Portal:

The Mission Analytics Portal: is designed to empower stakeholders with data analytical tools, including a secure, flexible, and personalized self-service gateway to view, submit, and/or interact with certain regulatory information through a standard web browser.

The Web-Based Relief Request Portal is Live!

The Web-Based Relief Request (WRR) is the first feature of a larger effort to create the NRC’s Mission Analytics Portal, or MAP-X. The NRC is using state-of-the-art development tools and expects additional MAP-X features will further enhance the agency’s online capabilities.

Commercial U.S. nuclear power plant licensees can use the WRR portal to create and submit proposed alternatives to certain requirements in NRC’s regulations. These requests are allowed under Title 10 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Section 50.55a(z), “Alternatives to codes and standards requirements.”

Licensees can use the WRR portal to create verified profiles for editing, submitting, and checking the status of a request made through the portal. Additionally, users will be able to see previously submitted proposed alternatives via the portal.

Licensees have the option of using the WRR portal, or they can use established submission methods.

If you need assistance or have any questions, please reach out to
Web-BasedReliefRequests.Resource@nrc.gov.

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Access to WRR Portal

Licensees who wish to use the portal can enroll for NRC credentials. After completing identity verification, enrollees can log in to WRR using their established username, password, and one-time password code.

Coming Soon to the Mission Analytics Portal!

The NRC’s EMBARK Venture Studio staff is developing a new public dashboard for the Reactor Oversight Process to enhance access to ROP data. The dashboard will display information on the Action Matrix, Performance Indicators, and Findings from the entire duration of the ROP in a search-friendly format. Any of the data displayed will be able to be downloaded for further analysis.

Page Last Reviewed/Updated Monday, April 5, 2021