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NRC's mission is to regulate the civilian use of nuclear power and nuclear materials in order to protect the health and safety of our people, our environment, and our nation.

NRC licenses nuclear facilities and the use of nuclear materials, inspects nuclear facilities and materials, and enforces compliance with our strict standards and requirements.

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