Dec 14

Pennsylvania Agreement State

As a state party to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) (a state with which NRC entered into an effective agreement under paragraph 274b of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954) requires DEP, Bureau of Radiation Protection, to register annually certain equipment that is licensed in Section 31.5 of Title 10 U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (10 CFR 31.5). Pennsylvania Office of Administration – Pennsylvania ITQ The State of Pennsylvania has entered into an agreement with Carahsoft for fixed-price IT services projects. This contract is available to any agency or entity in the State of Pennsylvania. Anyone using materials or derived materials made from a high-powered particle accelerator must first obtain a state license for radioactive materials. Manufacturers of accelerator equipment cannot provide equipment to individuals in the state unless they have a recent license issued by the department or any other non-governmental licensing body. Under the general licence, reciprocity activities are only permitted as long as the licensee has a valid radioactive material licence. When this licence expires later this year, a renewal letter or a renewed licence issued by the regulator must be submitted to the DEP before carrying out additional work in the context of reciprocity. Individuals may be entitled to reduced annual royalties for radioactive material licences. Certification of the status of small businesses for the purposes of reduced annual taxes imposed under Code 25 PA 218.11 Form (Word) PA DGS Carahsoft and the Pennsylvania Department of General Services, have entered into a contract based on Carahsoft`s GSA calendar. Currently, Carahsoft is able to provide products and services to Symantec as well as all hardware vendors on Carahsoft`s GSA IT 70 calendar. Applicants for a new licence or renewal must also submit the PED`s general information form.

Under Title 25 Pa Code 217.203, a person holding a specific license from THE NRC or a contracting state in which the licensee has an office issued by the agency responsible for managing the activity granted and the holding of radiological safety records receives a general license for the performance of activities authorized in the Pennsylvania license document. , excluding exclusive federal jurisdictions, for a period of no more than 180 days per calendar year. For instructions and the reciprocity license application, click on the link below. Application for a licence for radioactive materials for the possession and use of the by-product report for proposed activities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, with the exception of areas under exclusive federal jurisdiction (Reciprocity).