Collection of Research Code Non-Disclosure Agreement Information

Collection of Research Code Non-Disclosure Agreement Information

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Collection of Research Code Non-Disclosure Agreement Information

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GENERIC NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT FOR A
COMPUTER SAFETY CODE OF THE U.S. NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research
Code and Reactor Analysis Branch
ATTN: Branch Chief
M/S T10-B58
Washington D.C. 20555
Dear Sir/Madame:

Enter Canpany Name Here
On behalf of
), I would like to request a copy of
the NRC's ___________________ code and code documentation. I
understand that the conditions for receiving this code are as follows:
1.

____ understands that the above stated code is the result of work sponsored by an
agency of the United States Government and recognizes that neither the United States
Government nor any agency thereof, nor any of their employees makes any warranty,
expressed or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for any third party's
use, or the results of such use, or of any information, product, or process included in or
calculated by this code, or represents that the use would not infringe privately-owned
rights.

2.

All NRC codes distributed under this Non-Disclosure Agreement are to be considered
privileged information unless otherwise noted, are protected by NRC and ____
respectively, and shall be treated likewise by the Parties: They are, in particular, subject
to all the provisions of this Non-Disclosure Agreement prior to dissemination. The codes
are subject to this protection in both object and source forms and as recorded in any
media.

3.

____ shall not release this code to any third party, including international offices or
affiliates of ______, without obtaining prior written permission from the NRC, and
the third party must also obtain in advance written permission from the NRC. Third party
includes any office or affiliate of ____ that is located in a country different from the
mailing address of the signing official for this Non-Disclosure Agreement.

4.

Prohibited uses of the code by foreign entities include commercial use in the development
of a new reactor design, commercial use in the United States unless performed by its U.S.
subsidiary, or undisclosed uses in furtherance of its military.

5.

____ shall notify the NRC of any public safety problem as soon as possible which
may be uncovered through the use of this code.

6.

____ shall communicate any code errors to the NRC.

7.

____ shall provide the NRC with any non-proprietary improvements or modifications
made to this code.

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