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ANSI Standards
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The Institute of Nuclear Materials Management is the secretariat for the American National Standards Institute's ANSI-Packaging and Transportation of Radioactive and Non-nuclear Hazardous Material N.14-and Methods of Nuclear Material Control N.15-committees.

The ASC N14 Committee is responsible for the preparation of standards for the packaging and transportation of fissile and radioactive materials and non-nuclear hazardous materials including waste and mixed materials, but not including movement or handling during processing and manufacturing operations.

Matt Feldman, Chair
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

The ASC N15 Committee is responsible for the preparation of standards for protection, control and accounting of special nuclear materials in all phases of the nuclear-fuel cycle, including analytical procedures where necessary and special to this purpose, except that physical protection of special nuclear material within a nuclear power plant is not included. Read the N15 Committee Web site.

Melanie May, Chair
U.S. Department of Energy