The Parties have conducted a Pilot of the Department of Energy's "Closure Process for Necessary & Sufficient Sets of Standards" (draft 2/24/95). The result of this pilot is a set of standards (the Set) which the Parties agree will provide an adequate level of protection of the environment, and of the health and safety of workers and the public, for activities under the contract.
The Set has been approved by the Agreement Parties in accordance with the "Charter for the Department of Energy /Fermilab Standards Closure Process", dated 3/31/95. The Parties have agreed to modify the contract to incorporate the Set, to replace existing DOE environmental protection, safety and health (ES&H) Orders. The modification will revise and/or delete certain articles of this contract, and add two Appendices: Appendix H which contains the Set of ES&H Standards applicable to Fermilab, and Appendix I, which contains a list of those DOE Orders which are currently applicable to Fermilab, modified to reflect agreement on the Set.
NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto mutually agree that Contract No. DE-AC02-76CH03000, as amended, is hereby further amended as follows:
1. Article 27. SAFETY AND HEALTH is deleted and a new Article 27 is added as follows:
"ARTICLE 27. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, SAFETY AND HEALTH (SPECIAL)
(a) The Contractor shall take all reasonable precautions in the performance of the work under this contract to protect the environment, the safety and health of employees, and the safety and health of members of the public.
(b) The Contractor shall:
(1) Comply with the environmental protection, safety and health standards identified in the Necessary and Sufficient Set ('the Set') contained in Appendix H to this contract, initially identified and approved in accordance with the 'Charter for the Department of Energy/Fermilab Standards Closure Process' ("Charter") dated 3/31/95, including Attachment A thereto: draft 'Department of Energy Closure Process for Necessary and Sufficient Sets of Standards,' dated 2/24/95). The Set is in lieu of DOE ES&H directives which otherwise would be applicable to performance of this contract under Article 105. DOE ORDERS.
(2) Identify and inform the Contracting Officer, in writing, of any inconsistencies among these standards which would affect or preclude the Contractor's ability to perform its work, and bring such inconsistencies to the attention of the Contracting Officer;
(3) Continue to maintain management systems that ensure that the agreed-upon standards are implemented.
(4) Implement internal environmental protection and safety and health performance evaluation and corrective action systems to provide Laboratory management with a continuing assessment of the adequacy and implementation of these management systems and a mechanism for assuring that deficiencies are corrected. The results of such evaluations shall be made available to DOE.
(c) The Parties shall endeavor to keep apprised of changes to standards in the Set. Subject to paragraphs (b)(2) and (f) of this Article, changes to any standard in the Set shall be addressed as follows:
(1) If the standard is a requirement applicable by law, the changed standard shall supersede the standard in the Set and become the new standard, effective immediately.
(2) If the standard is not required by law, the Contractor may substitute the changed standard, including a modification of an internal standard, with notice to the Contracting Officer if the change does not affect the level of protection. If the change in the standard does affect the level of protection, the change requires the approval of the Contracting Officer.
(3) The Contracting Officer may direct (i) substitution of a changed standard or (ii) modification of an internal standard, unless, within 30 days from receipt of notification of the change from the Contracting Officer, the Contractor submits the matter to the Agreement Parties for a decision. If the Agreement Parties determine that the modified standard is necessary, the Contractor shall take all appropriate measures to comply with the change in the standard.
(d) The Parties shall review and revalidate the Set periodically. The Necessary and Sufficient closure process may be re-initiated by any Agreement Party upon a determination that the existing set is no longer appropriate due to changes in mission, activity, degree of hazard, performance expectation, or knowledge. Approval of any revised Set shall be by the Agreement Parties, and Appendix H will be revised accordingly (whether or not by formal modification to this contract).
(e) The Contractor and Contracting Officer shall identify and, if appropriate, agree to, any changes to contract terms and conditions, including cost and schedule, associated with a change to the Set or to a standard in the Set.
(f) The Contractor may at any time seek an exception, exemption, waiver, or variance from, or propose an equivalent alternative to, all or part of any standard in the Set, and with respect to all or part of the activities under this contract, by submitting a request to the Contracting Officer. The Contracting Officer shall be responsible for taking any necessary and appropriate action to seek relief from any standard which is required by law.
(g) In the event that the Contractor determines it is not in compliance with, or cannot comply with, any standard in the Set, the Contractor shall notify, in writing, the Contracting Officer of such actual or anticipated noncompliance and shall propose the corrective action to be taken. After receipt of authorization from the Contracting Officer, the Contractor shall, within a reasonable time agreed upon by the parties, take the agreed upon corrective action.
(h) The Contractor shall include in all of its subcontracts involving performance of work at the site, provisions requiring subcontractors to comply with the Contractor's environment, safety and health standards. However, such provisions in the subcontracts shall not relieve the Contractor of its obligation to assure compliance with the provisions of this clause for all aspects of the work.
(i) If at any time during the performance of the contract work, the Contractor's acts or failure to act may cause substantial harm or an imminent danger to public or worker safety or health, or to the environment, or the Contractor fails to take the corrective action approved in accordance with paragraph (g) above, the Contracting Officer may, without prejudice to any other legal or contractual rights of DOE, issue an order stopping all or any part of the work; thereafter, a start order for resumption of the work may be issued at the discretion of the Contracting Officer. The Contractor shall make no claim for an extension of time or adjustment of its management allowance or damages by reason of, or in connection with, such work stoppage.
(j) For purposes of this Article, the term 'Agreement Parties' means the President, Universities Research Association, Inc.; the Director, High Energy Physics Division, Office of Energy Research DOE; and the Manager, DOE Batavia Area Office."
2. Article 29. PRESERVATION OF INDIVIDUAL OCCUPATIONAL RADIATION EXPOSURE RECORDS is deleted in its entirety.
3. Article 44. PERMITS OR LICENSES is revised in its entirety to read as follows:
"ARTICLE 44. DEAR 970.5204- 29 PERMITS OR LICENSES (DEVIATION)
(a) In addition to its obligations under Article 27. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, SAFETY, AND HEALTH, and Article 105. DOE ORDERS, the Contractor shall, unless otherwise directed by the Contracting Officer, abide by all applicable laws, codes, ordinances and regulations of the United States, states or territories, municipalities, or political subdivisions which are applicable to the work under this contract.
(b) The Contractor's obligations include, but are not limited to, the identification of required permits and licenses, the compilation of information and data required for applications for permits and licenses, and the provision of any supplemental information required by law, code, ordinance, or regulation as requested by the regulatory authority involved. The Contracting Officer shall promptly inform the Contractor of any required permit or license of which DOE is aware or becomes aware.
(c) The Parties commit to full cooperation with regard to acquiring any necessary permits or licenses required by environmental laws, codes, ordinances, and regulations of the United States, states or territories, municipalities or other political subdivisions, and which are applicable to the performance of work under this contract. It is recognized that certain environmental permits will be obtained jointly and others will be obtained by either party in its individual capacity.
(d) The Contractor, unless otherwise directed by the Contracting Officer, shall procure all necessary non-environmental permits or licenses."
4. Article 94. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, is deleted in its entirety.
5. Article 105. DOE ORDERS is revised to read as follows:
"ARTICLE 105. DOE ORDERS (SPECIAL)
Appendix I is a list of all DOE Orders which are applicable to this contract, as of July 14, 1995. Any Order distributed prior to this date, which is not contained in the list or is not otherwise directly incorporated into the specific terms of this contract shall be deemed inapplicable.
The Association understands that, from time to time, the DOE will issue additional or revised DOE Orders that are intended to apply certain DOE policies or procedures to management and operating contracts. Normally, such Orders or revisions are issued initially in draft form for comment by DOE field offices, and in such instances, the Contracting Officer will use his best efforts to elicit the Association's comment(s) on the draft. When a final DOE Order is issued, the Contracting Officer shall transmit to the Association a copy of the Order along with a written determination that the Order should be applied under this contract. The Association will be given an opportunity to state reasons why the Order either should not be applied, or whether it should be modified in its application under this contract.
If thereafter directed by the Contracting Officer to follow the Order, said direction shall be deemed a modification of Appendix I. The Association agrees to use its best efforts to implement the Order to the extent that the Order is not inconsistent with provisions of this contract. The Association shall promptly provide the Contracting Officer with a compliance action plan, including costs and schedule."
6. Appendices H and I, attached hereto and made a part hereof, are hereby incorporated into this Contract.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereby execute this document.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA UNIVERSITIES RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, INC.
FERMILAB N/S SET OF ES&H STANDARDS
JULY 14, 1995
10 CFR 1021 (DOE NEPA rules) 10 CFR 1022 (Compliance with Floodplain/Wetlands environmental review requirements) 10 CFR 1046 Subpt. B, App A, Chpt X, Paragraphs H through I inclusive. (Physical protection of security interests, protective force personnel) 10 CFR 835 (Occupational radiation protection - applicable and enforceable portions) 10 CFR 860 (Trespass to land owned & leased by the U.S. government.) 100 IAC (Fire prevention and safety) 120 IAC (Boiler and pressure vessels) 14 CFR 135 (Air taxi operators and commerical operators) 14 CFR 830 (Notification and reporting...accidents and incidents...) 14 CFR 91 (General operating and flight rules) 140 IAC (Policy and procedures manual for fire protection personnel) 160 IAC (Storage, transportation, sale and use of gasoline and volatrile oils: rules relating to general storage) 17 IAC 525 and permit pursuant (Nuisance animal trapping permits) 170 IAC (Storage, transportation, sale and use of petroleum and other regulated substances) 18 U.S. Code Sections 841-848 (Use, or threat of use, of explosives; includes civil disorders.) 180 IAC (Storage, transportaition, sale and use of volatile oils 28 CFR 36 Sections 4.1.3 (9) and 302(b)(2) (Americans with Disabilities Act - accomodations and accessiblity) 29 CFR 1903.13 (Imminent danger) 29 CFR 1903.2 (Posting of notice...) 29 CFR 1904 (Recordkeeping and reporting occupational injuries and illnesses) 29 CFR 1910 (OSHA general industry standards - applicable and enforceable portions) 29 CFR 1926 (OSHA construction industry standards - applicable and enforceable portions) 29 CFR 1928 Subpart C (Roll-over protective structures - applicable and enforceable portions) 29 CFR 1928 Subpart D (Safety for agricultural equipment - applicable and enforceable portions) 29 CFR 1977.12 (Exercise of any right afforded by the Act) 29 CFR 1977.4 (Persons prohibited from discriminating) 29 IAC Chapter 1, Subchapter f (Emergency services, disasters, and civil defense /ESDA/ chemical safety) 33 CFR 320-323, 328-330 (Army corp of engineers wetlands regs) 35 IAC (State of IL environmental regs - applicable and enforceable portions) 36 CFR 60, 63, 65 (National historic landmark program) 36 CFR 78-79 (NHPA waiver and collection curation regs) 36 CFR 800 (Protection of historic and cultural properties) 40 CFR (Federal environmental regs - applicable and federally-enforceable portions) 41 IAC (Fire protection) 43 CFR 7 (Archaeological collections) 49 CFR 100-199 and references (Hazardous materials transportation - offsite) 49 CFR 173.24(e)(1-2) (Chemical compatibility for single packagings - onsite) 49 CFR 173.24(e)(4)(i-111) (Chemical compatibility for multiple packagings - onsite) 49 CFR 173.24a (a)(1) (Positioning of inner receptacles - onsite) 49 CFR 173.24a (a)(3-4) (Packing for inner receptacles - onsite) 49 CFR 177.848C (Segregation table for hazardous materials - onsite) 49 CFR 178.500L Subchapter C (Segregation table for hazardous materials - onsite) 49 CFR 383.23 (Commercial drivers license - offsite and onsite) 49 CFR 392.14 (Hazardous conditions; extreme caution - offsite and onsite) 49 CFR 393.95 (Emergency equipment on vehicles - offsite and onsite) 49 CFR 395.3 (Maximum driving and on-duty time - offsite and onsite) 49 CFR 397.11 (Fires - offsite and onsite) 49 CFR 397.13 (Smoking - offsite and onsite) 49 CFR 397.15 (Fueling - offsite and onsite) 50 CFR 17 (Endangered species rules) 71 IAC (Illinois accessibility code, Subparts C-F) 77 IAC 830 (Structural pest control code) 77 IAC 890 (Plumbing code) 77 IAC 900 (Drinking water systems requirements) 77 IAC 920 (Water well construction code) 77 IAC 925 (Well pump installation) 92 IAC 700 and all permits pursuant (Construction in water course permit application) 92 IAC 704 and all permits pursuant (Regulation of public waters) 92 IAC 708 and all permits pursuant (Floodway construction permit application) ACGIH TLV for cold stress ACGIH TLV for hand-arm segmental vibration ACGIH TLV for heat stress ACGIH TLV for radiofrequency/microwave radiation ACGIH TLV for static magnetic fields ACGIH TLV for ultraviolet radiation ANSI B11 series (Metalworking - applicable portions) ANSI B15.1 (Power transmission apparatus) ANSI O1.1 (Woodworking machinery) ANSI Z136.1 (Lasers) ANSI/ASHRAE 15 (Mechanical refrigeration) ANSI/ASME B30.10 (Hooks) ANSI/ASME B30.2 (Overhead and gantry cranes) ANSI/ASME B30.20 (Below the hook lifting devices) ANSI/ASME B30.5 (Mobile and locomotive truck cranes) ANSI/ASME B30.9 (Slings) ANSI/ASME B31.1 (Power piping) ANSI/ASME B31.3 (Chemical plant and petroleum refinery piping) ANSI/ASME B31.5 (Refrigeration piping) ANSI/ASME B31.8 (Gas transmission and piping systems) Archaeological and Historic Preservation Act of 1974 Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979 [amended] ASME Pressure Vessel Code - Section VIII Atomic Energy Act Batavia Code of Regulations, City Ordinance, Section 8-3-10-3 BOCA Fire Prevention Code BOCA National Building Code CERCLA/SARA 42 USC 6901 et seq. City Code of Warrenville, IL Title 7, Chapter 4, sewer/sewerage ordinance Clean Air Act Amendments 1990, 42 USC 7401 et seq. and Illinois State Implementation Plan 40 CFR 52 Subpart O Clean Water Act, 33 USC 1251 et seq. DOE Order 5400.5 Derived Concentration Guide Table and dose limits to the public (Chapter 2, section 1; Chapter 3) DuPage County Health Department Private Water Supply Ordinance (OH-0002-90, Ch.34, DuPage County Code) E.O. 10988 (Floodplain management) E.O. 10990 (Protection of wetlands) E.O. 12356 (National security information - security education) E.O. 12580 (Implementation of superfund) E.O. 12843 (Procurement of ozone-depleting substances) E.O. 12856 (Federal compliance with EPCRA and PP) E.O. 12873 (Recycling) Endangered Species Act 16 USC 1531 et seq. EPA Air Quality Stds. Federal Facility Compliance Act FEmP 35A (Personnel warning - severe weather) FEmP 35B (Shelters - severe weather) FEmP 41 (Warning signals - severe weather) Fermilab ES&H Section SQIP RPS.8 (Control and accountability of nuclear materials) FESHM 2010 (Planning and review of facilities and their operations) FESHM 3050 (Occurrence reporting) FESHM 5031 (Pressure vessels) FESHM 5031.1 (Pressure piping systems) FESHM 5032 (Cryogenic system review) FESHM 5032.1 (Liguid nitrogen dewar installation rules) FESHM 5032.2 (Guidelines For the Design, Fabrication, Testing, Installation, and Operation of LH2 Targets) FESHM 5032.3 (Transporting gases in building elevators) FESHM 5033 (Vacuum vessel safety) FESHM 5035 (Mechanical refrigeration systems) FESHM 5040 (Fermilab electrical safety program) FESHM 5041 (Electrical utilization equipment safety) FESHM 5042 (AC electrical power distribution safety) FESHM 5043 (Management and use of cable tray systems) FESHM 5044 (Protection against exposed electrical bus) FESHM 5046 (Low voltage, high current power distribution systems) FESHM 5064 (Oxygen deficiency hazards) FESHM 5084 (Ergonomic protection) FESHM 6020.3 (Installation of flammable gas lines in or near cable trays) FIFRA (7 USC 136 et seq.) FRCM Article 349 (Controls for radioactive liquids and gases typically found at Fermilab) FRCM Article 365 (Radiation generating devices) FRCM Article 411 (Radioactive material identification, storage and control - requirements) FRCM Chapter 4 Part 3 (Radioactive source controls) Handbook for Sampling & Sample Preservation of Water and Wastewater, EPA-600/4-82-029 Illinois Chemical Safety Act (as ammended by P.A. 85-1325, effective August 31, 1988) Illinois Compiled Statutes (ICS) Chapter 625 (State vehicle code) Illinois Department of Public Health, DuPage County Dept. Public Health. CDC December 7,1990 Illinois Endangered Species Protection Act, IRS 1991, Ch. 8, par. 331 et seq. Illinois Ground Water Protection Act, IRS 1989 Chapter 111 1/2 Illinois Health and Safety Act Illinois Pesticide Act, IRS Ch. 5, para. 801 et seq.; 45 IL. CS 60-1 Illinois Public Act 84-852, Illinois Chemical Safety Act Kane County Health Department Ordinance 91-101 Water Well Code National Fire Protection Association National Fire Codes (NFPA Standards - applicable portions) National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 [amended] Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act of 1990 NEPA 42 USC 4321 et seq. OSH Act, paragraph 5(a)(1) (General duty clause) Privacy Act of 1974 RCRA Part B Permit (Illinois Log #131), including Emergency Contingency plan RCRA, 42 USC 6901 et seq. Recommended Standards for Water Works, Great Lakes Upper Mississippi R. Bd. of State Public Health & Environmental Managers (1992) Safe Drinking Water Act, 42 USC Section 300f. SDWA, 42 USC 300f et seq. SFAR 62 (Suspension of certain aircraft operations from the transponder...) Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 18th Ed., APHA (1992) Standards and Specifications for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control, 10/87, IEPA 87-102 Structural Pesticide Act, IRS Ch. 111 1/2, para. 2201 - 2225 Title 5 U.S.Code 4103 (Training - for security personnel) TSCA, 15 USC 2601 et seq. UL Listing Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards, Chapter 4, Accessible Elements and Spaces: Scope and Technical Requirements WHC-EP-0063 Rev (or equivalent for other states that might accept FNAL wastes) Rather than attempt a precise analysis of all necessary standard citations to exclude non-applicable parts, inclusive citations were made qualified by the phrase "applicable and enforceable parts thereof." To the extent these standards apply to DOE and not the contractor, the contractor will assist DOE in complying with them. This Set does not change any existing Federal, State or local enforcement authority. All references contained herein shall be the version in effect on July 14,1995.
AND SECRETARY OF ENERGY NOTICES (SENS)
APPLICABLE FOR IMPLEMENTATION
UNDER CONTRACT NO. DE-AC02-76CH03000
July 13, 1995
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ORDERS DATES TITLE 1000.3B 7/05/88 Internal Control Systems 1300.2A 5/19/92 Department of Energy Technical Standards Program 1300.3 8/23/90 Policy on the Protection of Human Subjects 1322.2C 10/22/91 Forms Management 1324.5B 1/12/95 Records Management Program 1330.1D 5/18/92 Computer Software Management 1332.1A 10/15/85 Uniform Reporting System Chg. 1 6/12/92 1340.1B 1/07/93 Management of Public Communications Publications & Scientific, Technical & Engineering Publications 1350.1 Chg. 10/28/81 Audiovisual and Exhibits Management 1 3/26/84 1360.1B 1/07/93 Acquisition and Management of Computing Resources 1360.2B 5/18/92 Unclassified Computer Security Program 1360.3C 10/19/92 Information Technology Standards 1360.6A 11/12/92 Automatic Data Processing Equipment/Data Systems 1360.8A 5/18/92 Analyses of Benefits and Costs for Information Technology Resource Initiatives 1430.1D 6/30/94 Scientific and Technical Information Management 1430.4A 5/18/92 Library Services 1450.3A 9/12/91 Call Control/ Verification Programs and Authorized Use Chg. 1 4/09/92 of Government Telephone Systems
ORDERS DATES TITLE 1500.3 Chg. 11/10/86 Foreign Travel Authorization 4 Chg. 5 3/30/89 Chg. 6 Chg. 5/18/90 7 2/28/92 7/06/94 1800.1A 8/31/84 Privacy Act Chg.1 5/18/92 2030.4B 5/18/92 Reporting Fraud, Waste, and Abuse to the Office of the Inspector General 2100.8A 1/27/93 Cost Accounting, Cost Recovery, & Interagency Sharing of Information Technology Facilities 2110.1A 7/14/88 Pricing of Departmental Materials & Services Chg. 2 5/18/92 2200.4 Chg. 3/31/88 Accounting Overview 1 6/08/92 2200.6A 1/07/93 Financial Accounting Chg. 1 Chg. 4/13/93 2 6/13/94 2200.7 5/02/88 Cost Accounting 2200.8B 6/08/92 Accounting Systems, Organizations, & Reporting 2200.9B 6/08/92 Miscellaneous Accounting Chg. 1 Chg. 11/12/92 2 1/12/93 2200.10A 8/09/89 Accounts, Codes, and Illustrative Entries Chg. 1 Chg. 2/27/90 2 Chg. 3 10/17/90 Chg. 4 Chg. 1/15/92 5 6/08/92 3/10/93 2300.1B 6/08/92 Audit Resolution and Followup 2320.1C 5/18/92 Cooperation with the Office of Inspector General 2320.2A 7/19/88 Establishment of Departmental Position on Inspector Chg. 1 Chg. 8/28/89 General Reports 2 3/28/90
ORDERS DATES TITLE 3220.1A 5/14/92 Management of Contractor Personnel Policies and Programs 3220.2A 5/14/92 Equal Opportunity in Operating & Onsite Service Contractor Facilities 3220.4 Chg. 6/04/85 Contractor Personnel and Industrial Relations Reports 1 6/28/90 3220.6A 5/14/92 Federal Labor Standards 3830.1 8/23/82 Policies and Procedures for Pension Programs Under Operating & Onsite Service Contracts 3890.1 6/07/85 Contractor Insurance and Other Health Benefits Programs 4220.5 12/19/91 Dependent Care Programs for Department of Energy Management & Operating Contractors 4300.1C 6/28/92 Real Property Management Chg. 1 6/13/94 4300.2B 7/16/91 Non-Department of Energy Funded Work (Work for Others) Chg. 1 Chg. 7/29/91 2 2/07/92 4320.1B 1/7/91 Site Development Planning Chg. 1 3/26/92 4320.2A 2/10/94 Capital Asset Management Process 4330.2D 5/18/92 In-House Energy Management 4540.1C 6/08/92 Utility Acquisition and Management 4700.1 Chg. 3/06/87 *** Project Management System 1 6/02/92 4700.3 Chg. 9/16/91 General Plant Projects 1 11/16/92 5100.3 8/23/84 Field Budget Process 5100.4 10/31/84 Internal Review Budget Process 5100.5 7/21/83 Office of Management and Budget Process 5300.1C 6/12/92 Telecommunications
ORDERS DATES TITLE 5400.5 Chg. 2/08/90 Radiation Protection of the Public and the Environment 1 Chg. 2 6/05/90 (Only Chapter 2, Section 1; and Chapter 3, as stated in 1/07/93 the N & S set) 5480.7A 2/17/93 Fire Protection (For Property Protection Only) 5630.11B 8/02/94 Safeguards and Security Program 5630.12A 6/23/92 Safeguards and Security Inspection and Assessment Program 5630.14 11/16/88 Safeguards and Security Program Planning 5630.16A 6/03/93 Safeguards and Security Acceptance and Validation Testing Program 5631.5 Chg. 2/12/88 Violation of Laws, Losses, and Incidents of Security 1 7/02/90 Concerns 5632.7A 4/13/94 Protective Force Program 5632.10 1/12/90 Safeguards and Security Equipment Standardization 5700.2D 6/12/92 Cost Estimating, Analysis, and Standardization 5700.7C 5/18/92 Work Authorization System 5800.1A 5/18/92 Research & Development Laboratory Technology Transfer Program 6430.1A 4/06/89 General Design Criteria
*** Reference Letter from Mravca to Chrisman dated June 3, 1993 granting exceptions to implementation of Orders. Orders to be appropriately applied by the contractor.
SECRETARY OF ENERGY NOTICES
SEN DATE TITLE 22 5/08/90 DOE Policy on Signatures of RCRA Permit Applications 25A 10/02/91 Strategic Planning Initiative 30A 12/07/92 Staying the Course for Technology Transfer at the Department of Energy