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Establishing and Operating a National Nuclear Security Support Centre

Revision of IAEA-TECDOC-1734

Non-serial Publications

English IAEA-TDL-010 ¦ 978-92-0-111320-7

70 pages ¦ 12 figures ¦ € 18.00 ¦ Date published: 2020

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This publication presents a systematic approach to establishing and operating a national nuclear security support centre (NSSC) as a means to strengthen the sustainability of nuclear security in a State. It provides specific practical guidance to States, detailing a straightforward decision making and project management process drawn from good practices in establishing and operating an NSSC that were identified through the experience and lessons learned from States within the NSSC Network. The publication, which is a revision of TECDOC-1734, is intended for use by the IAEA and the NSSC Network as the primary reference for activities to support States with the establishment and operation of an NSSC.

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Security, Nuclear Security, Support, Support Centre, Nuclear Security Support Centre, Sustainability, NSSC Network, International Network for Nuclear Security Training and Support Centres, Cooperation, Best Practice, Role, Function, Systematic Process, Feasibility, Sustainability Needs, Stakeholder, Resource Assessment, Gap Analysis, Institutional Model, Model, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Coordination, Strategy, Development, Strategy Implementation, Project Initiation, International Cooperation, Regional Cooperation, Bilateral Support, Good Practices, Stratetic Planning, Training, Training Management, Technical Support, Technical Exchange, Self-Assessment

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