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Institute of Nuclear Materials Management Policies & Documents
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View these important INMM documents:

INMM Bylaws
The Bylaws are the governance document of INMM.

INMM Operations Manual
The Operations Manual outlines the procedures of the Institute.

INMM Logo Use Policy
Before using the INMM logo, review the logo use policy.

INMM Privacy Policy
INMM is dedicated to protecting the privacy of its members and participants, and adheres to this privacy policy.

INMM Respectful Behavior Policy
Registrants for INMM events must agree to follow the Respectful Behavior Policy while participating in any INMM event.

INMM Social Media Policy
These are the INMM's policy guidelines for social media.

INMM Workshop Guidelines
This document was prepared to assist INMM Technical Divisions and Chapters in planning, budgeting and implementing special topic workshops.

Event Cancellation Policy
INMM allows registration cancellation or substitution up to one month or two weeks respectively.  See full policy for cancellation fees.

JNMM Policy on Special Issues
This policy outlines what is expected of the requestors who intend to request the JNMM to consider a Special Issue devoted to topics within the purview of one of the Institute's Technical Divisions.

Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy
In 2019, INMM became a founding member of Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy. You can find our more about this important diversity initiative and INMM’s pledges

INMM Policy on Advocating a Public Position
In general, INMM does not take positions on matters of public policy or political issues. However, the Institute recognizes there are occasions when publicly advocating a position may be relevant to the organization’s mission and therefore appropriate. This policy provides procedures that shall be followed for the evaluation and approval of these positions for public advocacy and related actions.