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Figure 5: Reactors from NRC Region III Included in GAO Review
Figure 6: Reactors from NRC Region IV Included in GAO Review
ACRS Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards
NRC Nuclear Regulatory Commission
OIG Office of the Inspector General
GAO-13-493 NRC's License Renewal Process
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