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ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION REPORTS
OPINIONS AND DECISIONS OF THE ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION WITH SELECTED ORDERS
John G. Palfrey, Commissioner James T. Ramey, Commissioner
Joseph F. Hennessey, General Counsel
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This is the second volume of "Atomic Energy Commission Reports” including decisions of the Atomic Energy Commission, of atomic safety and licensing boards created pursuant to Public Law 87-615, and of hearing examiners.
Public Law 87-615 amended the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 to authorize the Commission to establish atomic safety and licensing boards, each composed of three members, two of whom shall be technically qualified and one of whom shall be qualified in the conduct of administrative proceedings, to conduct such hearings as the Commission may direct and make such intermediate or final decisions as it may authorize, in proceedings to grant, suspend, revoke or amend a license or authorization, and to perform certain other specified functions. The Commission has since created a number of atomic safety and licensing boards, which have conducted hearings for the licensing of nuclear reactors. Public Law 87-615 made certain other changes in the Commission's licensing procedures. Appropriate changes have been made in the Commission's Rules and Regulations, Title 10 Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter I.
By the adoption of 10 CFR Part 3, Rules of Procedure in Contract Appeals, which became effective on November 10, 1964 (29 F.R. 12829), the Commission established a Board of Contract Appeals to consider and decide appeals from decisions of contracting officers arising under specified prime contracts of the Commission and subcontracts under them. The Board of Contract Appeals has since conducted such functions, which had previously been performed by the Office of the Hearing Examiners. During the period of time covered by this volume, no decisions of the Board of Contract Appeals had yet been handed down.