NRC wants you to assess its transparency

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has adopted a new web survey model to help measure and assess the public’s perception of the agency’s transparency, the YDR’s Sean Adkins reports today.
    The survey, from ForeSee Results, will pop up at random on the commission’s website and ask a questions about the user’s experience and perceptions of various aspects of the site.
     Other federal government agencies are using the same survey questions to provide information on transparency.
    The NRC regulates both Three Mile Island in Dauphin County and Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station. 

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One Response to NRC wants you to assess its transparency

  1. thanks for the tips. looks like they worked for you…i haven’t read all the comments but i’m pretty sure that’s been said already.
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