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OUR VISION ―Help our clients achieve an INPO (Institute of Nuclear Power Operations) rating of ―1 OUR MISSION ―Help‖ our Nuclear Utility Clients Attain Consistent, Predictable, and High Levels of Performance in Nuclear Safety, Station Reliability and Quality by providing Qualified, Experienced, and Professional Nuclear Supplemental Resources VITAL to their success at Reduced Costs to the Client.


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I agree that reading of this Business Plan is strictly limited to me as authorized by Mr. Donald L. Grove, Sr. and Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. (the Company). I agree that I shall not divulge or reproduce the content of this Business Plan without the written consent of the Company. I understand that any information provided in this Business Plan is in all respects confidential in nature, other than information which is in the public domain through other means. I agree not to disclose any information without the express written permission of Mr. Donald L. Grove, Sr. and Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. Upon request, I will return this document to Mr. Donald L. Grove, Sr. and Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. This Business Plan includes ―forward-looking statements and projections.‖ All such statements and projections within this Business Plan, other than statements of historical fact, regarding Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. or its strategies, plans, objectives and expectations, are all forwardlooking statements. Although Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. believes that the projections reflected in this plan are reasonable at this time, it can give no assurance that these projections will prove to have been correct. This Business Plan is not a financing offer. A financing offer is only valid with an approved Private Placement Memorandum.

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OUR VISION ―Help our clients achieve an INPO (Institute of Nuclear Power Operations) rating of ―1

Letter From The President Thank you so much for reviewing our Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. Business Plan Nuclear Recruiters™ specializes in recruiting Nuclear Supplemental Professionals for both ―direct‖ and ―contract‖ hire. Corporation Founded in 2011, in Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, North Carolina.

OUR MISSION ―Help‖ our Nuclear Utility Clients Attain Consistent, Predictable, and High Levels of Performance in Nuclear Safety, Station Reliability and Quality by providing Qualified, Experienced, and Professional Nuclear Supplemental Resources VITAL to their success at Reduced Costs to the Client. —Donald L. Grove, Sr. President of Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.

We seek diverse talent on a contingency basis for Nuclear Utility clients and governmental entities. Nuclear Recruiters is dedicated to building long-term business relationships, engendering trust, respect, and loyalty. We strive to be responsive, responsible, and proactive to our clients and employees. We are Nuclear Industry Staffing Specialist’s. Our mission is to ―Help‖ our Nuclear Utility Clients Attain Predictable, High Levels of Performance in Nuclear Safety and Quality by providing Qualified, Experienced, and Professional Nuclear Supplemental Resources We offer Flexible staffing solutions for your business needs:  STAFF AUGMENTATION – Skilled, experienced nuclear professionals for temporary, long-term, and permanent placements.  OUTSOURCING – Project controls services from industry specific professionals.  CONSULTING – Our broad industry knowledge delivers practical solutions through targeted project controls expertise.  FULLY INSURED – Certificate of Insurance from Hartford available upon request  SAFETY PROGRAM – OSHA Compliant Safety Program  QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAM – 10CFR50 Appendix B, ASME NQA-1  EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM – Nuclear Recruiters™ is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, also participates in EVerify

Nuclear Recruiters Management Team has over 10 years’ unescorted access in the protected areas, experience working in Commercial Nuclear power plants as a contractor as well as a full time in-house employee. Unique industry experience in over 10 PWR(pressurized water reactors), BWR (boiling water reactors) and CANDU Nuclear Power Plants in the US and Canada abroad, training, qualifications, education and solid business relationships to succeed in this competitive market. Equal Employment Opportunity: Nuclear Recruiters™ is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employment. We embrace and celebrate the unique qualities of our employees and are committed to a diverse workforce. Regards,

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Table of Contents 1.0 Executive Summary ........................................................................................................................................... 11 1.1 Objectives ...................................................................................................................................................... 13 1.2 Mission ........................................................................................................................................................... 13 1.3 Keys to Success ............................................................................................................................................ 13 1.4 Challenges ..................................................................................................................................................... 13 2.0 Company Summary ........................................................................................................................................... 16 2.1 Start-up Summary.......................................................................................................................................... 21 3.0 Services ............................................................................................................................................................. 27 4.0 Market Analysis Summary ................................................................................................................................. 30 4.1 Market Segmentation ..................................................................................................................................... 35 4.2 Service Business Analysis ............................................................................................................................. 44 4.3 Demographics ................................................................................................................................................ 47 4.4 Competition .................................................................................................................................................... 49 4.5 Market Niche .................................................................................................................................................. 58 4.6 Competitive Edge .......................................................................................................................................... 59 4.7 Marketing Strategy ......................................................................................................................................... 59 4.8 Sales Strategy ............................................................................................................................................... 60 4.8.1 Sales Forecast........................................................................................................................................ 62 4.9 Marketing Budget ........................................................................................................................................... 62 4.10 SWOT Analysis ............................................................................................................................................ 64 5.0 Management Summary ...................................................................................................................................... 64 5.1 Personnel Plan .............................................................................................................................................. 69 6.0 Milestones .......................................................................................................................................................... 69 7.0 Financial Plan ..................................................................................................................................................... 71 7.1 Start-up Funding ............................................................................................................................................ 73 7.2 Important Assumptions .................................................................................................................................. 74 7.3 Break-even Analysis ...................................................................................................................................... 74 7.4 Projected Profit and Loss............................................................................................................................... 75 7.5 Projected Cash Flow ...................................................................................................................................... 78 7.6 Projected Balance Sheet ............................................................................................................................... 80 7.7 Business Ratios ............................................................................................................................................. 81 8.0 Experience References ...................................................................................................................................... 82

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Table of Contents conti. Annex C: STAFFING SURVEY METHODOLOGY .................................................................................................. 87 Table: Sales Forecast .............................................................................................................................................. 88 Table: Personnel ...................................................................................................................................................... 89 Table: Profit and Loss .............................................................................................................................................. 90 Table: Cash Flow ..................................................................................................................................................... 91 Table: Balance Sheet ............................................................................................................................................... 92 Appendix: Nuclear Recruiters™ Direct Mail Post Card designs .............................................................................. 94 Appendix: Nuclear Recruiters™ Business Corporate Logo/Stationary Design ..................................................... 120 Appendix: Nuclear Recruiters™ Professional Tri-Fold Brochure Design .............................................................. 122 Appendix: Nuclear Recruiters™ Fully Intergrated Akken Business Staffing Software .......................................... 137 Appendix: Nuclear Recruiters™ Management Bio/ CV Resume ........................................................................... 140 Appendix: Nuclear Recruiters™ Resume Database .............................................................................................. 143 Appendix: List of Power Reactor Units .................................................................................................................. 144 Appendix: US Commercial Nuclear Power Reactor Info/Charts/Graphs ............................................................... 147

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“We are Nuclear Professionals and we provide nuclear professionals to our clients. We have an obligation to operate our Nuclear Recruiting Firm in a manner that inspires confidence in ourselves, the nuclear client, the regulator, and the public” —Donald L. Grove, Sr. President Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.

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1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY INTRODUCTION This business plan provides detailed financial information; it includes the basic strategic information necessary for initial establishment and operation of Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. This document outlines the tactics for business growth, methods, procedures for operation, and infrastructure management. ORGANIZATION Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. (NRI) is a small business founded in 2011 to provide multi-disciplinary, high quality, and cost-effective professional, technical, engineering, project management and Supplemental Staff Augmentation support services for government and commercial entities. NRI is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. MISSION NRI’s mission is to "help" our nuclear utility clients attain consistent, predictable, high levels of performance in nuclear safety, station reliability and quality by providing professional, qualified, and experienced, nuclear supplemental resources at reduced costs to the client. THE COMPANY NRI was founded to provide multi-disciplinary technical and engineering support services to the government and to commercial scientific, technical, and engineering industries. NRI consists of two distinct divisions, Project/Program Management and Staff Augmentation Division with complementary missions. Both divisions have expanded into new disciplines while still performing their original mission. The Project/Program Management Division is primarily devoted to engineering, consulting, and technically oriented activities. The Division plans, manages, and directs consulting and related program and project activities for various government agencies and private industry clients. It also maintains the ability to perform other professional administrative, consulting, training, and facility management activities.

The Staff Augmentation Division operates a full-service personnel management system that includes recruiting for NRI consulting work and clients. The Division handles employee relations, training, affirmative action, payroll, personnel records, wage/salary administration, and employee management in compliance with federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and guidance. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. Maintains a database of professional resumes and is responsible for staffing the contractual work requirements of the Project/Program Management Division, as well as the technical, engineering, and professional requirements of various private industry and government clients. FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS The marketing research and tailored marketing strategy described in this business plan will result in after-tax losses of ($6,093) in fiscal year one, increasing to net profits of nearly $2,979,075 within five years. It is estimated that by year 2016, revenues will reflect a 1% market share in this industry. Monthly break-even stands at $29,837. Average Percent Variable Cost is estimated to be around 75%.

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MANAGEMENT TEAM The CEO of NRI, Mr. Richard McLaurine has over 32 years’ unescorted access in the protected areas, experience working in Commercial Nuclear power plants as a supplemental personnel as well as 23yrs., as a full time in-house employee. Unique industry experience in over PWR(pressurized water reactors), BWR (boiling water reactors) and CANDU Nuclear Power Plants in the US and Canada abroad, training, qualifications, education and solid business relationships to succeed in this competitive market.

The President of NRI, Mr. Donald L. Grove, Sr., has over 12 years’ unescorted access in the protected areas, experience working in Commercial Nuclear power plants as a contractor as well as a full time in-house employee. Unique industry experience in over 10 PWR(pressurized water reactors), BWR (boiling water reactors) and CANDU Nuclear Power Plants in the US and Canada abroad, training, qualifications, education and solid business relationships to succeed in this competitive market.

KEYS TO SUCCESS Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.'s keys to success include but are not limited to: Key Management personnel 44+ year work history in nuclear industry Leaders in Equipment Reliability and Process Development Quality screened contractors with good education and experience Reasonable bill rates and flexibility for contract dates/times OPERATING PHILOSOPHY NRI strongly believes that customer service is the cornerstone for any successful endeavor. However there are unique Industry and Regulatory requirements of nuclear power that are different than other industries. We must meet our customer's needs including reasonable prices, exceptional customer service, and detailed easy to use website. Our growth strategy combines qualified candidates and flexible contract terms. We offer Flexible staff augmentation, outsourcing and consulting staffing solutions for your business needs There are several reasons that Nuclear Companies pay recruiting firms to fill their job openings. Perhaps the most significant is that when nuclear companies are hiring for approved projects they can seldom find the specialized personnel their looking for through traditional methods like running an ad in a newspaper or the local employment agencies. In fact, newspaper advertising limits a nuclear company’s talent pool to just those local to the area. The candidates that nuclear employers want Nuclear Recruiters to find for them are often currently employed on other projects, just completed projects, out of state, even out of the country, but willing to travel and open to taking a new position on very short notice should the right opportunity come along. And nuclear companies know it takes nuclear recruiters to target people like that. Recruiting is not complex; it requires well rounded business skills and a serious commitment to servicing our clients.

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1.1 Objectives 1. Earn sales of at least $333,667 in fiscal year one and $23,356,667 by fiscal year five 2. Obtain a gross margin higher than 25% 3. Achieve a net income of more than 4.7% of sales by the second year

1.2 Mission Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.'s mission is to "help" our nuclear utility clients attain consistent, predictable, high levels of performance in nuclear safety, station reliability and quality by providing professional, qualified, and experienced, nuclear supplemental resources at reduced costs to the client.

1.3 Keys to Success Nuclear Recruiters management team has over 10 years’ unescorted access in the protected areas, experience working in Commercial Nuclear power plants as a contractor as well as full time in-house employee. Unique industry experience in over 10 PWR(pressurized water reactors), BWR (boiling water reactors) and CANDU Nuclear Power Plants in the US and Canada abroad, training, qualifications, education and business relationships to succeed in this competitive market. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.'s keys to success include but are not limited to: Owner’s long 20+ year work history in nuclear industry Quality screened contractors with good education and experience Reasonable bill rates and flexibility for contract dates/times Copyright © 2012 by Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.

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Graphical Presentation of SWOT

Helpful For achieving the objectives

Strength Management team has 10 Years SPECIFIC NUCLEAR INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Internal

Badged and actually worked in over 10 US and CANDU Nuclear plants abroad

Harmful For achieving the objectives

Weakness Limited well-established relationships with contracts managers and supply chain No completed projects to date with client referrals

Qualified and trained Lacks full-time staff of nuclear recruiters

Opportunities All Nuclear Utilities are striving for INPO -1. Rely on the right staffing firms to help them achieve/maintain that status Reduction in in-house staff

External 68% of the current full-time Nuclear Workforce is eligible to RETIRE within 5 years or less and there is a knowledge gap that can be filled with hiring experienced contract resources

Threats Changes in staffing. Plants in most countries surveyed expect staffing levels to decrease modestly over the next 5 years Recession and economic downturn can slow down the growth of Nuclear Projects and new power plants

Low cost Request For Proposal offers from un-established competitors. Although it’s a small level threat due to a fact that staffing operating costs are increasing.

Note: Reference section 4.10 for detailed SWOT Analysis

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Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. utilizes A full-featured software platform for our staffing and recruiting process All-in-One software allows Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. to be more efficient and do more of what they do best - put people to work. All-in-One software helps Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. work collaboratively and be more productive in their sales, recruitment and fill-to-bill operations. Instead of each business function using a separate application, they use the same All-in-One solution to work better, together. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. benefits from using consistent information for payroll and billing. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. Sales and recruitment teams benefit by working together collaboratively and tracking progress of that next fill in real time. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. benefits from having all core business information in one solution, making it easier to report on the health of the business across functions and to make better business decisions.

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1.4 Challenges to Success: We have five key questions that need to be answered definitively since Nuclear Recruiters core operability is based on those answers to ensure profitability, future growth and protect any investment into Nuclear Recruiters.(refer to the business plan applicable sections and pages for these in-depth, clear and concise answers. If we do not answer these questions effectively, this business will fail without question. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

How does Nuclear Recruiters IDENTIFY the Commercial Nuclear Power Plants that are hiring? How does Nuclear Recruiters locate the most qualified Nuclear Candidates that are looking to advance their careers? How does Nuclear Recruiters meet all of the specific industry requirements to be added to an Approved vendor list for these Commercial Nuclear Plants? How does Nuclear Recruiters secure sufficient market share from well-established completion to ensure a profitable operation? How does Nuclear Recruiters react to completion once market share is established?

In this business plan we will set out to answer these and many other questions regarding the nuclear employment services industry and how Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. is best positioned to solve these problems.

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Industry Analysis A Nuclear Staffing and Recruiting Firm can be descried as a service business that is intended to provide specialized staffing services for the Nuclear and Governmental agencies with the help of specialized industry expertise. So what is recruiting….recruiting quite simply is the process of finding and introducing qualified job candidates to companies who pay on a contingency, retained or hourly basis. This is our business model, the core of Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. 1

According to a survey conducted in 2009 , total number of nuclear focused Staffing Firms in USA was 2 1,700 (registered on www.Nukeworker.com) with over 100,000 nuclear professionals. Almost 39.5% of those Nuclear Staffing Firms are advertising on www.Roadtechs.com and www.Nukeworker.com. Staffing Firms normally service both non-Nuclear clients and similar energy industries but Nuclear Recruiters will be a success and how we differentiate ourselves from the 1700 similar staffing firms currently servicing the 104 Commercial Nuclear Industry Clients as well as the thousands of fossil, hydro, wind industries is this; per INPO Nuclear Safety Guiding Principle #5, ―The Nuclear industry has unique requirements‖. There are several reasons that Nuclear Companies pay recruiting firms to fill their job openings. Perhaps the most significant is that when nuclear companies are hiring for approved projects they can seldom find the specialized personnel their looking for through traditional methods like running an ad in a newspaper or the local employment agencies. In fact, newspaper advertising limits a nuclear company’s talent pool to just those local to the area. The candidates that nuclear employers want Nuclear Recruiters to find for them are often currently employed on other projects, just completed projects, out of state, even out of the country, but open to taking a new position should the right opportunity come along. And nuclear companies know it takes nuclear recruiters to target people like that. Recruiting is not complex; it requires well rounded business skills and a serious commitment to servicing our clients. Data for these staff resources was divided into six staffing areas (description): 1. Operations: operations 2. Maintenance: construction support, maintenance, planning, outage craft, outage management, scheduling 3. Engineering: computer engineering, drafting, engineering design, plant engineering, engineering programs, technical engineering, nuclear fuels, procurement engineering, project management, reactor engineering 4. Safety: ALARA, chemistry, emergency preparedness, environmental, HP applied, HP support, licensing, nuclear safety, QA, QC/NDE, Radwaste/ decon/ plant cleaning, safety/health 5. Support: Administration, budget/ finance, clerical, communications, contracts, document control, human resources, information systems, management, management assistance, materials management, purchasing, training, warehouse 6. Site Services: Civil/community services, employee housing, facility maintenance/non-plant cleaning, fire protection, offsite high and low level waste disposal, security Contractor personnel provide essential services to nuclear power plants, particularly during plant outages or for projects involving major upgrades to plants. In providing these services contractor personnel encounter similar problems to those that challenge nuclear power plant personnel. Accordingly, contractor personnel must be similarly competent and effectively interface with NPP personnel when performing their assigned duties. It is in this context that Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. offers a framework for assuring the competence of contractor personnel we provide.

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Job posting and resumes database statistics: Over 43,000 job applications were processed from 2004 to 2008. More than 8,400 jobs were posted from 2004 to 2008. Nuclear Recruiters will have access to the NukeWorker, Roadtechs and LinkedIn databases that has over 12,000 fresh resumes in its database spanning 500 categories. Over 300 new resumes are added each month. Top 10 Facts About Nuclear Energy 1. There are 104 commercial nuclear power plants producing 20 percent of all electricity and over 70 percent of the emission-free electricity generated in the United States. They are located at 64 sites in 31 states. 2. More than 400 nuclear power plants worldwide produce 16 percent of the world’s electricity—while reducing CO2 emissions by more than 2 billion metric tons per year. 3. Nuclear energy supplies electricity each year to serve 60 million homes. 4. Nuclear energy has one of the lowest environmental impacts of any electricity source. For example, a wind farm would need 235 square miles to produce the same amount of electricity as a 1,000megawatt nuclear power plant. 5. Nuclear energy is by far the nation’s largest source of electricity that does not emit any controlled air pollutants, providing 73 percent of the electricity from all carbon-free sources, including hydroelectric, wind and solar. 6. Nuclear power plants provide low-cost, predictable power at stable prices and are essential in maintaining the reliability of the U.S. electric power system. 7. Nuclear power plants are able to produce abundant and low cost energy source because they use an enriched form of uranium for fuel. One uranium fuel pellet — the size of the tip of your little finger — is equivalent to 17,000 cubic feet of natural gas, 1,780 pounds of coal, or 149 gallons of oil. 8. The economic activity of a U.S. nuclear plant generates on average around $20 million in state and local tax revenues. 9. You would have to live near a nuclear power plant for over 2,000 years to get the same amount of radiation exposure that you get from a single diagnostic medical x-ray. 10. There are nearly 100 different nuclear medicine imaging procedures available today. An estimated 10 to 12 million nuclear medicine imaging and therapeutic procedures are performed each year in the United States.

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SAFETY PROGRAM POLICY STATEMENT

We have developed a comprehensive safety program that addresses our specific safety concerns and provides guidance for the performance of our individual job tasks

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Administration (OSHA) standards. Safety takes a commitment from all personnel within our organization. Training will be interactive with an opportunity for all to actively participate, ask questions, make suggestions, and refer to our written policies and procedures. It is our policy to provide a work environment that is inherently safe. The safety and health of our employees is of primary importance as they are our most important resource. Safety training needs will be identified by continual reassessment of our work methods, equipment and job sites as well as employee and management input. Observation of unsafe acts will be addressed immediately. Each employee is encouraged to contact their Supervisor immediately should a safety or health risk exist so that corrective action may be taken immediately. Safety requires not only that each person understand and perform individual tasks in a safe manner, but also that each individual is aware of his surroundings and is actively involved in the safety of others. This Policy Statement will be conspicuously posted.

Safety Director

Donald L. Grove, Sr.

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Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. Industrial Safety – Weekly Report Injury Roll-Up:

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Injury Summary: No injuries reported this past week.

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2.0 COMPANY SUMMARY Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. is a new for profit business that specializing in staffing and recruitment and was incorporated 2011. Our services are targeted towards Commercial Nuclear Power Utilities and governmental agencies. We will allow firms to request contracts on the phone and online using our website. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. hopes to expand its US based operations to meet the global market demands in the near future. Supplemental personnel as per INPO AP-930 "Supplemental Personnel Process Description" are vital to the success of Commercial Nuclear Power Plants. They fill an important void created by insufficient resources or skills of station employees. However there are unique Industry and Regulatory requirements of nuclear power that are different than other industries. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. goal is to obtain 1 percent market share of the nuclear recruiting industry in the next five years. To achieve this we must meet our customer's needs including reasonable prices, exceptional customer service, and detailed easy to use website. Our growth strategy combines qualified candidates and flexible contract terms. Problem Statement… 2008 INPO PERFORMANCE DATA Reported by feedback and benchmarking from INPO and Nuclear Utilities, the number of events caused by Supplemental Personnel over the past 2½ years is increasing.

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Although all staffing agencies can provide supplemental resources from a database of resources, most non-nuclear staffing agencies do not possess the required nuclear processes to attain high levels of Nuclear Industry consistency, Station Reliability and Nuclear Safety to ensure the client’s project success. Nearly half of the significant events associated with equipment involve supplemental personnel and ALL of the significant events associated with industrial safety involve supplemental personnel. Of the reported events supplemental personnel have averaged 75 events per year over the last three years The number of events caused by supplemental personnel over the past 2½ years is increasing Nearly half of the significant events associated with equipment involve supplemental personnel and ALL of the significant events associated with industrial safety involve supplemental personnel Of the reported events supplemental personnel have averaged 75 events per year over the last three years Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.’s hours of operation are Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. We will process all paperwork and orders within 24 hours. No personal information will be sold to any third party under any circumstances. We will be centrally located between the residential nuclear plants and government agencies in our target market. We believe that this is critical to our initial success and long-term growth. Drawing on 10 years extensive Nuclear Industry experience and Regulatory requirements, Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. was founded on emphasizing Project Cost Control, meeting Project Milestones, Communication, and dynamic Team Leadership.

Nuclear Recruiters™ 15 Step Solution Process…. Our mission at Nuclear Recruiters™ is a proprietary 15 Step Process© to ―Help‖ our Nuclear Utility Clients Attain Consistent, Predictable, High Levels of Performance in Nuclear Safety and Quality by providing Qualified, Experienced, and Professional Nuclear Supplemental Resources at Reduced Costs to the Client. 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6. 7.

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Nuclear Recruiters™ fosters a close, interdependent relationship between our Supplemental Personnel and our client that generates a spirit of cooperation Nuclear Recruiters™ Mitigating Strategies - Supplemental Personnel Risk Considerations to help identify potential risks and to map a strategy of actions to mitigate those risks. Nuclear Recruiters™ Monitors performance of our supplemental personnel? Clearly established performance measures and defined expected outcomes for the work involving Nuclear Recruiters™ Supplemental Personnel. Nuclear Recruiters™ has a defined internal disciplinary process used for the supplemental personnel provided to client? Nuclear Recruiters™ has a defined Corporate standard for work ethics, behaviors, and professionalism expected of our Supplemental Personnel Nuclear Recruiters™ has a defined supplemental personnel process feedback to improve their performance Nuclear Recruiters™ Performance Criteria: Establish and implement appropriate performance indicators to monitor supplemental personnel performance and compliance with standards, expectations, schedules, and budget. Nuclear Recruiters™ has defined detailed commercial specifications, expectations, and performance metrics Nuclear Recruiters™ Defined Corporate process for Supplemented Personnel involved in the root cause analysis of significant events for which they may responsible? Nuclear Recruiters™ Conducts a post award/pre-activity project planning meeting with the responsible station line management and/or project management.

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11. 12.

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Nuclear Recruiters™ Verifies that candidates can meet security clearance and fitness-for-duty requirements Nuclear Recruiters™ Ensures that Supplemental Personnel Risk Considerations (Task, Work Environment, Individual Capabilities, Human Nature), have been fully evaluated in all pre-activity planning. Nuclear Recruiters™ Captures performance problems, events, near-miss events, and improvement opportunities such as client feedback and track them to resolution. Nuclear Recruiters™ utilizes Human Performance Tools Usage Nuclear Recruiters™ provides New to Nuclear Worker training covering the 26 areas identified by INPO to help indoctrinate New Nuclear Workers to standards, expectations, and activities contained in those 26 areas

Nuclear Recruiters™ 15 Corporate Expectations for Staffing Supplemental Personnel to Nuclear Utilities include: 1.

Nuclear Recruiters™ EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 2-Way Communication 3-Way Communication Phonetic Alphabet Equipment Identification Plant Parameters

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Nuclear Recruiters™ PRE-JOB BRIEFINGS Pre-job Briefing Content Work Scope Roles/Responsibilities Operational and Industrial Safety Risks Considerations Application of the Four-Key Questions 1. What are the critical steps? 2. What error-likely situations exist? 3. What is the worst that can happen? 4. What barriers or defenses are needed? Our Key Questions What are the critical steps? What error-likely situations exist? What is the worst that can happen? What barriers/defenses are needed?

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Nuclear Recruiters™ SELF-CHECKING/PEER-CHECKING Nuclear Recruiters™ CORPORATE AND CLIENT PROCEDURAL COMPLIANCE Nuclear Recruiters™ QUESTIONING ATTITUDE Nuclear Recruiters™ FITNESS FOR DUTY (BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATION PROGRAM) Nuclear Recruiters™ CLIENT EMERGENCY PLAN (ANNOUNCEMENTS, EVACUATION) Nuclear Recruiters™ QUALIFICATIONS TO WORK Nuclear Recruiters™ SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCE TRAINING Nuclear Recruiters™ SUPPLEMENTAL PERSONNEL PROCESS OBJECTIVES Nuclear Recruiters™ POTENTIAL RISK ASSOCIATED WITH:

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The Task The Work Environment The Individual Human Nature 12. 13. 14. 15.

Nuclear Recruiters™ ENGAGEMENT OF LEADERSHIP Nuclear Recruiters™ RELATIONSHIPS Nuclear Recruiters™ PREPARATION OF SUPPLEMENTAL PERSONNEL Nuclear Recruiters™ HIGH VALUE PLACED ON TEAMWORK Nuclear Recruiters™ SUPPLEMENTAL PERSONNEL PRINCIPLES align with INPO AP-930 “Supplemental Personnel Process Description”

 The station line management team always retains ultimate responsibility for ensuring nuclear safety and cannot delegate this responsibility to supplemental personnel.

 Performance standards and expectations for the conduct of work activities by supplemental personnel are no different than those high performance standards expected of station staff.

 Supplemental personnel understand and use the same station processes for performing work activities.  Supplemental personnel performing work independently (that is, under their own supervision) are qualified to criteria commensurate with utility personnel qualified to perform that work

 Good industrial safety performance of supplemental personnel cannot be assumed.  The roles and responsibilities of the supervisor, whether a station employee or a supplemental supervisor, are clearly defined and vigorously implemented for supervising supplemental personnel.

 A close, interdependent relationship between the supplemental, and station personnel is established that generates a spirit of cooperation.

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2.1 Start-up Summary Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.'s total costs for start-up are $125,000. Start-up expenses will account for about $34,000 and include website, marketing materials, and deposits. The remaining $91,000 of costs will be attributed to establishing assets.

START-UP Start-up Expenses Website Domain Name Web Hosting Logo Design Business Card Letterhead Envelope Tri-Fold Full-Color Brochure Banner Design Facebook Social Media web design Twitter Social Media web design LinkedIN Social Media web design LinkedIN monthly expense Business Plan development Live Answering service Cell Phone Fax number/ Service Safety Compliant Program 10CFR50 Appendix B QA Program Business Incorporation General Liability Insurance Recruiting consulting program EQUAL Opportunity Program Affirmative Action Program Trademark registration Government Bid Notification Request For Proposal Preparation Professional Photo Recruiting Software program Professional Printing services Total Start-up Expenses

$5,000 $60 $360 $500 $100 $100 $100 $250 $250 $600 $400 $250 $540 $2,000 $1,800 $2,400 $240 $1,000 $1,500 $1,250 $4,500 $1,000 $1,000 $2,000 $2,700 $1,000 $900 $100 $1,600 $500 $34,000

Start-up Assets Cash Required Other Current Assets Long-term Assets Total Assets

$75,000 $16,000 $0 $91,000

Total Requirements

$125,000

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3.0 SERVICES NUCLEAR RECRUITERS, INC. AT A GLANCE

President: Date Incorporated: State of Incorporation: Business Size:

Headquarters:

Mr. Donald L. Grove, Sr. December 2011 North Carolina Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. (NRI) is a minority owned Small Business, with offices in Charlotte, NC providing consulting & management services for: Organization Development Facilities Management Program Management Staff Augmentation 12433 Sylvan Oak Way Charlotte, NC 28273-4728

Contact Info:

(888) 317-8430 (office) (704) 314-4283 (fax) (704) 307-8088 (cell)

E-mail:

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Website: Operating Location:

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NRI was founded to provide multi-disciplinary technical and engineering support services to the government and to commercial scientific, technical, and engineering industries. NRI consists of two distinct divisions, Project/Program Management and Staff Augmentation Division with complementary missions. Both divisions have expanded into new disciplines while still performing their original mission. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. offers the following Nuclear Industry Staffing and Recruiting services. We Can Connect Our Nuclear Clients to the Best Nuclear Talent in the industry. With 20 years of Nuclear industry experience and resources that support sustainable businesses - We are the only Nuclear Staffing partner you will ever need. Nuclear Recruiters specializes in identifying ―hard to find‖ Nuclear Contractor talent to staffing contract and temporary positions at every level. Our Mission: We provide people with opportunity and enrichment through work & career development while being active members of the nuclear community. Our Approach: We offer customized, proactive solutions to finding the very best talent in the industry. In developing a comprehensive strategy, the Nuclear Recruiters Staffing team meets with senior management and staff to understand the organization's history, culture, work, personal needs, and overall organizational structure. Then we develop a client-specific plan for each search and produce a strong candidate pool by targeted research, networking, and candidate outreach. We spend just as much time with our candidates to determine their level of motivation to make a change and the best corporate fit based upon their personal and professional aspirations, skills, background and level of experience.

Specialties Nuclear, Government, Fossil, Hydro, Wind RECRUITMENT SERVICES FOR NUCLEAR PROFESSIONALS:

ENGINEERING CAM/CAD

MANAGEMENT Accounts

TECHNICAL

TRADES

AOV

Boiler Maker

Chemical

Administration

CAD/CAM

Carpenter

Civil

Assistant

Chemist

Coating

Coatings

Auditor

Communications

Concrete Finisher

Construction

Benchmarking

CWI

Crane Operator

Corrosion

Business Manager

DCS

Driver

Cost

Buyer

Decon

Electrician

Design

Cause Analyst

Electrical

Fitter

Decommissioning

Commissioning

Electronic

Heavy Equipment

Electrical

Construction

Environmental

Helper

Electronics

Consultant

Gas Turbine

Insulator

Environmental

Contracts

Iron Worker

Fabrication

Control Room

Geologist Health Physics

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Fire Protection

Corrective Action

Heat Trace

Lineman

Instrumentation

Data

HP/RCT

Machinist

Licensing

Document

HVAC

Machinist CNC

Maintenance

Engineering

Hydraulic Controls

Mechanic

Manufacturing

Environmental

Inspection

Millwright

Materials

Estimating

I&C Tech

Painter

Mechanical

Executive

I&E Tech

Pipefitter

Nuclear

Expediting

Laboratory

Rigger

Performance Monitoring

Facilities

Maintenance

Rod Buster

Petroleum

Financial

Manufacturing

Scaffold

Pipe Stress

General

Meter

Siding Installer

Process

Human Performance

MOV

Welder

Process Safety Engineer

Human Resources

NDT/NDE

Project Engineer

Instructor

Power Line Inspector

Rotating Equipment

IT/ Communications

Procedure Writer

Safeguards

Marketing

QA

Seismic

Materials

Quality Assurance

Structural

Operations

QC

Substation

Performance Improvement

Quality Control

Turbine

Personnel

Relay

Validation

Planner

Service

Vessel

Procedure Writer

Sr. Reactor Operator

Procurement

Steam Turbine

Production

Surveyor

Project

Technical Writer

Purchasing

Transmission

QA Quality Assurance QC Quality Control Receptionist Safety Sales Scheduler Scientist Shift Supervisor Site Manager Trainer

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4.0 MARKET ANALYSIS SUMMARY As of 2008, nuclear power in the United States is provided by 104 commercial reactors (69 pressurized water reactors and 35 boiling water reactors) licensed to operate at 65 nuclear power plants, producing a total of 806.2 TWh of electricity, which was 19.6% of the nation's total electric energy generation in 2008. The United States is the world's largest supplier of commercial nuclear power. As of 2010, demand for nuclear power softened in America, and some companies withdrew their applications for licenses to build. Ground has been broken on two new nuclear plants with a total of four reactors. A reactor currently under construction in America, is at Watts Bar, Tennessee, was begun in 1973 and may be completed in 2012. Of the 104 reactors now operating in the U.S., ground was broken on all of them in 1974 or earlier. In September 2010, Matthew Wald from the New York Times reported that "the nuclear renaissance is looking small and slow at the moment". Following the 2011 Japanese nuclear accidents, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has announced it will launch a comprehensive safety review of the 104 nuclear power reactors across the United States, at the request of President Obama. The Obama administration "continues to support the expansion of nuclear power in the United States, despite the crisis in Japan". Following the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, public support for building nuclear power plants in the U.S. dropped to 43%, slightly lower than it was immediately after the Three Mile Island accident in 1979, according to a CBS News poll. A survey conducted in April 2011 found that 64 percent of Americans opposed the construction of new nuclear reactors. A survey sponsored by the Nuclear Energy Institute, conducted in September 2011, found that "62 percent of respondents said they favor the use of nuclear energy as one of the ways to provide electricity in the United States, with 35 percent opposed".

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Location of Projected New Nuclear Power Reactors For applications that have been received by the NRC, you may select a site name to view the NRC's website for the specific COL application. Websites for the remainder of the applications will be created when they are received.

As of December 2011, construction by Southern Company on two new nuclear units has begun, and they are expected to be delivering commercial power by 2016 and 2017. But, looking ahead, experts see continuing challenges that will make it very difficult for the nuclear power industry to expand beyond a small handful of reactor projects that "government agencies decide to subsidize by forcing taxpayers to assume the risk for the reactors and mandating that ratepayers pay for construction in advance".

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To remain a competitive source of energy, nuclear power must be produced as efficiently as possible while maintaining high safety standards. Because a large portion of the expense of nuclear power is related to staff size, efficient production means optimizing the staffing levels at nuclear plants. The specific number of staff needed to achieve this goal of safe and efficient operations depends upon many factors including plant design, size, and material condition, regulatory requirements, work processes used, organizational structure, and management decisions. However, comparing staffing to levels at other power plants can provide management with information needed to optimize staffing. If staffing is greater than at other plants, it may indicate that efficiency gains are possible that could reduce costs. If staffing is below that of other plants, it may indicate that efficiency is very good and further gains will be difficult. Lower staffing may also indicate the need for continued management oversight to ensure work is being properly performed. The following discussion is based on information obtained from a survey of staffing levels at 54 plants in 19 countries conducted by the IAEA with the assistance of the US consultancy of Tim D. Martin & Associates. Information on this survey including definitions of staffing categories, and how the data was collected and analyzed is provided in Annex C.

1. Staffing levels. The graphs on the following pages show the staffing survey results (staffing includes nuclear plant and headquarters staff, corporate staff, and on-site and off-site vendors and services). Lines drawn on each graph show the relationship (best-fit regression line) between plant size and staffing for 1 and 2 unit plants (excluding WWER/RBMK plants). Overall, about 70% of the difference in staffing at 1 and 2 unit plants is explained by the differences in plant size. -- Data from International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA-TECDOC-1052

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2. Factors influencing staffing. Key factors impacting the size of staff in each staffing area are identified below as reported by plants participating in the survey: Operations: • • • • • • •

Degree of automation Size and layout of plant Use of shift personnel to perform minor maintenance, radiation protection and chemistry tasks Degree of flexibility in work rules Amount and quality of training Attrition (turnover) Number of auxiliary, part-time duties

Maintenance: • • • • •

Availability and use of contractor maintenance services Degree of flexibility in work rules Use of reliability centered maintenance/predictive maintenance Extent to which multi-skilled workers are used Plant design characteristics (e.g., design of components)

Engineering: • • • • • • •

Number and size of modifications Availability of vendor services Plant design characteristics (e.g., design of components) Quality and organization of plant documentation Planned outage duration and scope Use of system engineers Reliance by maintenance organization on engineering for technical support

Safety: • • • • • • • •

Requirements of the QA program Physical size of the site Amount of radiation/radioactive waste Relationships with regulators Quality of training programmes Plant cleanliness Skill levels of plant workers Plant design characteristics

Support: • • • • • • •

Amount of training provided to plant staff Use of multi-skilled workers Extent of the use of computers Relationships with contractors Impact of competition Amount of decentralization Use of management control system

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Site Services: • • • •

Amount of social services provided by the plant based on national policies and plant location Use of multi-skilled workers Responsibility for the waste cycle National and organizational safety policies

ESTABLISH PARTNERSHIPS WITH CONTRACTORS/SUPPLIERS Contractors provide essential resources for the conduct of planned outages. For many utilities, particularly those with only a few NPPs, the size of plant maintenance organizations is based on maintenance needed for routine operations. During outages, the maintenance workforce increases to several times this size (from 500 to 2000 persons depending on utility practices and outage extent). For many utilities, during an outage, the majority of person’s onsite are contractors. Also, as plants age, it is quite likely that there will be increasing difficulties in obtaining spare parts and replacement parts for plant equipment. In both of these cases a relationship of mutual co-operation can bring significant benefits to both NPPs and their contractors/suppliers. Establishment of long term contractual relationships, and good working relationships between NPPs and their main contractors and suppliers have proven to be effective. Such contracts provide a mechanism for sharing the risks and rewards of improved plant performance. Partnerships are not about transferring jobs to contractors at the expense of plant staff, but about achieving mutually beneficial goals. There are significant benefits to be gained by improved working arrangements between NPPs and their contractors In order to enhance quality and to optimize costs, it is a good practice to consider the following: • • • • •

Long term contracts (3 to 5 years) with main contractors Competition among contractors Fixed price contracts with quality bonuses given directly to the people doing the work Preplanning of activities together with contractors Contractor personnel being considered equal members with utility personnel in outage teams

When utilities have identified ways to reduce staff sizes, a common issue is what to do with the personnel who are no longer needed. Many utilities, particularly those whose labour laws or union contracts preclude them from layoffs, have decided to take over some functions traditionally performed by contractors. It may instead be possible to transfer such personnel to the contractor. This may be a superior approach particularly if the contractor can do the work more efficiently and effectively. Utilities should integrate contractors into their safety management system and their safety culture. This includes involving contractors in safety meetings, planning, preparing work procedures and instructions, incident analyses, training programs, and providing information Concerning to lessons learned and standards. An important aspect of the use of contractors is that the utility must retain adequate control and supervision of the contractors in order to retain the responsibility and accountability for safety. Similarly, the utility must retain sufficient and suitably competent people to sanction and evaluate the work of contractors.

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Economic Benefits Nuclear energy boosts economic growth and supports high-paying jobs. The average nuclear energy plant produces enough electricity to power 750,000 to one million households and businesses in the United States. With the help of nuclear energy, the United States has reduced the share of electricity generated from oil by more than 80 percent since the 1970s. Moreover, nuclear energy has helped improve the standard of living for Americans living near a plant through high-paying jobs and services. Click here to learn about top schools with nuclear engineering programs. More Jobs For each construction, manufacturing, or operations job created at a nuclear power plant, four new jobs are created in the job market to provide goods and services. Each nuclear plant employs an average of approximately 500 employees from the local community and generates an additional 500 jobs in the local area. Each new American nuclear plant will create 1,400-1,800 construction jobs and add 400 to 700 permanent positions to support continued operations. Every dollar spent by a nuclear plant generates approximately $1.13 in the local economy of that plant. The economic activity of a nuclear plant generates on average around $20 million in state and local tax revenues.

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Economic activity from the average nuclear plant generates approximately $430 million in total output (production of goods and services) and about $60 million in total labor income in the local economy. Employees at U.S. nuclear plants earn salaries approximately 36 percent higher than the average earnings in the communities surrounding the plants. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics for 2006, the average annual salary for nuclear engineers was $82,900. More Demand Most recently, the Bush Administration launched the Nuclear Power 2010 Initiative aimed at ensuring affordable, reliable, and clean sources of nuclear energy for America. This $1.1 billion partnership between the government and industry will facilitate the construction of new nuclear energy plants. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is taking steps to streamline the licensing process for new plant construction. The NRC is analyzing barriers to construction and trying to eliminate them so we can begin the process of solidifying and diversifying our energy base. In 2005, only two companies were seeking to build nuclear power plants; now 9 consortia have expressed a new interest in construction of as many as 19 new plants. More states are vying for the opportunity to have a nuclear power plant built in their state. Among the potential sites under consideration by the nuclear power consortium NuStart Energy are: Scottsboro, AL; Port Gibson, MS; St. Francisville, LA. Other companies are looking at sites in North and South Carolina, Georgia and Virginia for nuclear power plants. A first-of-its-kind, national survey of nuclear power plant neighbors conducted in August 2005 by Bisconti Research, Inc. with Quest Global Research Group found that 76 percent of Americans living in close proximity to nuclear power plants are willing to see a new reactor built near them.

4.1 Market Segmentation Market segmentation is the process in marketing of dividing a market into distinct subsets (segments) that behave in the same way or have similar needs. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. has identified and divided its customers into the following segments: MARKET ANALYSIS Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Potential Customers NRC Region One (Northeast) NRC Region Two (South) NRC Region Three (Midwest) NRC Region Four (West)

Growth 1%

18

18

18

18

18

CAGR 1%

1%

19

19

19

19

19

1%

1%

17

17

17

17

17

1%

1%

17

17

17

17

17

1%

Total

0.00%

71

71

71

71

71

1%

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Nuclear Facilities List of States and Territories by NRC Region NRC regional offices oversee the major nuclear facilities that the agency regulates. To learn more about a regional office, select the region number from the map above or select the jurisdiction, location, State, or territory from the following table.

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List of States and Territories by NRC Region Region I (1 Recruiter) Jurisdiction | Location Connecticut (CT) Delaware (DE) Maine (ME) Maryland (MD) Massachusetts (MA) New Hampshire (NH) New Jersey (NJ) New York (NY) Pennsylvania (PA) Rhode Island (RI) Vermont (VT) Washington, DC

Region II (1 Recruiter) Jurisdiction | Location Alabama (AL) Florida (FL) Georgia (GA) Kentucky (KY) Mississippi (MS) North Carolina (NC) Puerto Rico (PR) South Carolina (SC) Tennessee (TN) Virginia (VA) Virgin Islands (VI) West Virginia (WV)

Region III (1 Recruiter) Jurisdiction | Location Illinois (IL) Indiana (IN) Iowa (IA) Michigan (MI) Minnesota (MN) Ohio (OH) Wisconsin (WI)

Region IV (2 Recruiters) Jurisdiction | Location Alaska (AK) Arizona (AZ) Arkansas (AR) California (CA) Colorado (CO) Hawaii (HI) Idaho (ID) Kansas (KS) Louisiana (LA) Missouri (MO) Montana (MT) Nebraska (NE) Nevada (NV) New Mexico (NM) North Dakota (ND) Oklahoma (OK) Oregon (OR) South Dakota (SD) Texas (TX) U.S. Pacific Territories Utah (UT) Washington (WA) Wyoming (WY)

**Note: see List Of Power Reactors in Appendix pg.101

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4.2 Service Business Analysis The human resource marketplace is a highly competitive and fragmented industry that is poised for enormous growth in the next 10 years as companies and countries around the world invest in their human resources infrastructure. The human capital marketplace is a multi-hundred billion dollar industry encompassing tens of thousands of suppliers selling hundreds of different products and services including recruitment and staffing, employee benefits, payroll, training and development and more. When you consider virtually every company purchases at least one HR product or service, you can appreciate the total size of this unique marketplace. In fact, in a given year an estimated $785 billion is spent on employee benefit products and services alone (Thomas Weisel Partners). We offer Flexible staff augmentation, outsourcing and consulting staffing solutions for your business needs There are several reasons that Nuclear Companies pay recruiting firms to fill their job openings. Perhaps the most significant is that when nuclear companies are hiring for approved projects they can seldom find the specialized personnel their looking for through traditional methods like running an ad in a newspaper or the local employment agencies. In fact, newspaper advertising limits a nuclear company’s talent pool to just those local to the area. The candidates that nuclear employers want Nuclear Recruiters to find for them are often currently employed on other projects, just completed projects, out of state, even out of the country, but willing to travel and open to taking a new position on very short notice should the right opportunity come along. And nuclear companies know it takes nuclear recruiters to target people like that. Recruiting is not complex; it requires well rounded business skills and a serious commitment to servicing our clients.

Understanding the Human Resources Marketplace In general, the human resources function of an organization is responsible for all the practices and processes that impact the company's most important asset their employees. While admittedly there are many ways of categorizing the human resources industry, we believe the simplest and most logical method is to organize the industry within the following HR categories: Recruitment and Staffing: This includes searching for and hiring new employees and a wide variety of services from job boards to staffing and relocation firms, testing and assessment technologies, applicant tacking technologies, executive search/placement firms, background checking services, etc. For the most part, this category ends when the employee is hired. Compensation/Payroll: This includes everything from payroll processing companies to companies specializing in specific payroll and compensation services, compensation design, and salary statistics services. Employee Benefits: This category encompasses a wide variety of employee benefit and related services from traditional health and welfare benefits to worksite/voluntary products, pharmacy benefit programs, benefits administration and communication software, third-party administrators, retirement plan services, and workers' compensation/disability insurance services: Candidates: Nuclear Recruiters™ is dedicated to placing all Professional Nuclear Contract Employees in High Salaried, Long-Term positions. Candidates can Call 1-888-317-8430 or E-mail resume to: resume@nuclearrecruiters.com

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Our mission is to ―Help‖ our Nuclear Utility Clients Attain Predictable, High Levels of Performance in Nuclear Safety and Quality by providing Qualified, Experienced, and Professional Nuclear Supplemental Resources Benefits: Nuclear Recruiters™ offers health insurance, 401k and supplementary benefits to eligible temporary and permanent employees. Employees must meet all eligibility requirements. These requirements, as well as the current benefit packages, may be reviewed upon request. You may notify our office at 1-888-317-8430 if you wish to receive a copy of Nuclear Recruiters™ health plans.

Training: Supplemental personnel as per INPO AP-930 ―Supplemental Personnel Process Description‖ are VITAL to the success of Commercial Nuclear Power Plants. They fill an important void created by insufficient resources or skills of station employees. However there are unique Industry and Regulatory requirements of nuclear power that are different than other industries

PDF Forms: The following forms are available for download as Adobe Acrobat PDF files. Adobe Reader is required to view and print each form, and available as a free download if you do not have it installed. Nuclear Recruiters™ Employee Handbook Nuclear Recruiters™ Safety Manual Nuclear Recruiters™ Code of Ethics Manual Nuclear Recruiters™ Email Usage Policy Nuclear Recruiters™ Fair Credit Reporting Act Nuclear Recruiters™ Initial Nuclear Plant Access Nuclear Recruiters™ Emergency Contact Form Nuclear Recruiters™ Direct Deposit Form I-9 Form Employment Eligibility Verification Form W-4 Employees Withholding Allowances Note: Nuclear Recruiters™ employees submit timesheets to: timesheets@nuclearrecruiters.com Talent Management/Employee Relations: This category includes all the human resources services related to managing the individual once they are hired as an employee -- appraisal, evaluation, recognition, promotion, retention, and succession planning services. Training and Development: This category includes the many products and services related to training and developing employees from instructor-based training to eLearning solutions.

Nuclear Recruiters™ offers comprehensive training. System FAM Training New 2 Nuclear Training INPO/EPRI/NRC Regulatory Requirements Pre-Job Briefing Foreign Material Exclusion Radiation Worker FAM Human Performance Tool

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Compliance: This category includes all the services related to complying with and managing the various aspects of labor laws, labor relations, legislation, litigation, alternative dispute services, OSHA, HIPPA, etc. SAFETY PROGRAM – OSHA Compliant Safety Program QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAM – 10CFR50 Appendix B, ASME NQA-1 In addition to these specific human resources categories, it is also important to highlight services that are cross-functional in nature and relate to one or all the HR pillars: Consulting Services: This cross-functional category includes the thousands of consulting firms that can help HR departments with one or all aspects of human resources management and process improvement HRIS/ERP/ATS Solutions: At one time, this might have been considered a separate pillar within HR but today, technology is integrated with and impacts all aspects of HR from applicant tracking to eLearning. The Internet and other technologies are fundamentally changing the human capital marketplace as companies strive to become more efficient. Technology allows HR to automate processes and eliminate many of the more labor-intensive transactional and administrative processes that have burdened HR professionals for years. Outsourcing: Any and all aspect of HR can be outsourced. According to research by Gartner, Inc., 80 percent of companies now outsource at least one HR activity, and the number is swiftly growing. For this reason, we do not consider outsourcing as a functional pillar within HR, but rather cross-functional. Increasing numbers of organizations are turning to specialized firms to supplement various aspects of human resource management. While outsourcing makes sense for many reasons, the primary benefit is containment/reduction of costs of routine transactional and administrative work. Another key reason is the belief that a company should outsource all non-mission critical aspects of its business. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. will use our knowledge of these functions and categories to ensure that we best meet their needs. As the economy recovers, corporate profits will return, encouraging companies to outsource nuclear industry human resource services. Employment levels will head back up too, bringing more employees into the workforce and requiring employee-related services. Players will continue to target various businesses that seek to focus on their core competencies and outsource administrative services. Key Industry Figures

2010

Industry Revenue Revenue Growth Industry Gross Product Number of Establishments Number of Enterprises Employment Total Wages

55,334.7 -1.5 42,441.7 230,610 227,426 675,454 36,022.9

$ million % $ million Units Units Units $ million

4.3 Demographics Typical Supplemental Resource Degree, Experience & Security statistics for Nuclear Contractors: 60% of the Nuclear Supplemental Resource candidates have a degree Have at least 5 years or more experience 25% have more than twenty years’ experience 80% possess a security clearance 83% have been badged within 365 days or less

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Top resume categories in our database 28% Engineer 26% Technician 21% Mechanical & Maintenance 19% Management 18% Health & Safety 17% Operations

According to the "Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2010 Report", Nuclear Engineers conduct research on nuclear engineering projects or apply principles and theory of nuclear science to problems concerned with release, control, and use of nuclear energy and nuclear waste disposal. National estimates for this occupation: Employment estimate and mean wage estimates for this occupation: Employment (1) 18,610

Employment Mean hourly Mean annual Wage RSE (3) RSE (3) wage wage (2) 8.2 % $48.80 $101,500 1.0 %

Percentile wage estimates for this occupation: 50% 75% 90% (Median) Hourly Wage $32.33 $40.00 $48.04 $56.72 $68.41 Annual Wage (2) $67,250 $83,200 $99,920 $117,980 $142,290 Percentile

10%

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Industries with the highest levels of employment in this occupation: Industry Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Federal Executive Branch (OES Designation) Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services Scientific Research and Development Services

Employment (1)

Percent of industry employment

Hourly mean Annual mean wage wage (2)

6,760

1.71

$47.93

$99,700

2,730

0.13

$45.50

$94,630

2,610

0.26

$54.80

$113,980

2,190

0.17

$51.02

$106,130

1,330

0.22

$50.94

$105,960

Industries with the highest concentration of employment in this occupation: Industry Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Waste Treatment and Disposal Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services Scientific Research and Development Services Other Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

Employment (1)

Percent of industry employment

Hourly mean Annual mean wage wage (2)

6,760

1.71

$47.93

$99,700

330

0.35

$50.18

$104,370

2,610

0.26

$54.80

$113,980

1,330

0.22

$50.94

$105,960

430

0.18

$43.23

$89,920

Top paying industries for this occupation: Industry Employment Services Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services Scientific Research and Development Services Waste Treatment and Disposal

Employment (1) 150

Percent of industry employment 0.01

2,610

0.26

$54.80

$113,980

2,190

0.17

$51.02

$106,130

0.22

$50.94

$105,960

0.35

$50.18

$104,370

1,330 330

Hourly mean Annual mean wage wage (2) $61.40 $127,710

States with the highest employment level in this occupation: Employment (1) California 3,180 Virginia 1,950 Pennsylvania 1,640 Tennessee 1,520 Washington 1,210 State

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Employment per thousand jobs 0.23 0.55 0.30 0.59 0.45

Location quotient (9) 1.55 3.78 2.05 4.04 3.07

Hourly mean wage $53.43 $42.35 $48.24 $52.49 $44.54

Annual mean wage (2) $111,140 $88,090 $100,350 $109,180 $92,640

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States with the highest concentration of jobs and location quotients in this occupation: State Tennessee Virginia Washington Idaho South Carolina

Employment (1) 1,520 1,950 1,210 240

Employment per thousand jobs 0.59 0.55 0.45 0.41

Location quotient (9) 4.04 3.78 3.07 2.77

Hourly mean wage $52.49 $42.35 $44.54 $59.55

Annual mean wage (2) $109,180 $88,090 $92,640 $123,860

590

0.34

2.32

$43.49

$90,470

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Top paying States for this occupation: State District of Columbia Idaho Wisconsin Kansas Maryland

Employment (1)

Employment per thousand jobs

Location quotient (9)

Hourly mean wage

Annual mean wage (2)

170

0.27

1.82

$68.72

$142,930

240 (8) (8) 350

0.41 (8) (8) 0.14

2.77 (8) (8) 0.97

$59.55 $58.70 $54.12 $53.66

$123,860 $122,100 $112,580 $111,610

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Metropolitan areas with the highest employment level in this occupation:

Metropolitan area Pittsburgh, PA Chicago-Naperville-Joliet, IL Metropolitan Division San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, CA Kennewick-Pasco-Richland, WA Knoxville, TN Portsmouth, NH-ME Augusta-Richmond County, GASC Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, MA NECTA Division New York-White Plains-Wayne, NY-NJ Metropolitan Division Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA

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Employment (1)

Employment per thousand jobs

Location quotient (9)

820

0.75

5.12

Hourly mean wage $47.06

820

0.23

1.57

$54.18

$112,700

660

0.53

3.62

$51.82

$107,770

500 410 290

5.22 1.29 5.39

35.62 8.83 36.79

$47.80 $52.13 $41.91

$99,430 $108,430 $87,170

220

1.10

7.54

$42.06

$87,490

200

0.12

0.84

$49.05

$102,010

180

0.04

0.25

$49.58

$103,120

170

0.39

2.66

$47.06

$97,880

Annual mean wage (2) $97,890

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Metropolitan areas with the highest concentration of jobs and location quotients in this occupation: Metropolitan area Portsmouth, NH-ME Kennewick-PascoRichland, WA Knoxville, TN Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC Pittsburgh, PA Idaho Falls, ID San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, CA Columbia, SC Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA Syracuse, NY

Employment (1) 290

Employment per thousand jobs 5.39

Location quotient (9) 36.79

500

5.22

35.62

$47.80

$99,430

410

1.29

8.83

$52.13

$108,430

220

1.10

7.54

$42.06

$87,490

820 30

0.75 0.65

5.12 4.45

$47.06 $81.79

$97,890 $170,120

660

0.53

3.62

$51.82

$107,770

140

0.43

2.90

$40.27

$83,760

170

0.39

2.66

$47.06

$97,880

80

0.27

1.87

$45.38

$94,390

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Top paying metropolitan areas for this occupation:

Metropolitan area Idaho Falls, ID Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, TX Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Division Baltimore-Towson, MD Bethesda-Frederick-Gaithersburg, MD Metropolitan Division Madison, WI Albuquerque, NM San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA Oakland-Fremont-Hayward, CA Metropolitan Division Chicago-Naperville-Joliet, IL Metropolitan Division

Employment (1)

Employment per thousand jobs

Location quotient (9)

30

0.65

4.45

Hourly mean wage $81.79

60

0.02

0.15

$65.69

$136,630

(8)

(8)

(8)

$59.38

$123,520

(8)

(8)

(8)

$59.38

$123,510

110

0.20

1.36

$58.59

$121,870

(8) 100

(8) 0.26

(8) 1.80

$58.09 $57.27

$120,820 $119,120

(8)

(8)

(8)

$56.76

$118,050

(8)

(8)

(8)

$54.99

$114,390

820

0.23

1.57

$54.18

$112,700

Annual mean wage (2) $170,120

Nonmetropolitan areas with the highest employment in this occupation:

Nonmetropolitan area East Idaho nonmetropolitan area Los Alamos County, New Mexico nonmetropolitan area Eastern Tennessee nonmetropolitan area Southwest Mississippi nonmetropolitan area Southern Vermont nonmetropolitan area

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Employment per thousand jobs

Location quotient (9)

Hourly mean wage

Annual mean wage (2)

190

3.99

27.28

$52.64

$109,500

130

7.99

54.58

$43.27

$90,000

120

0.90

6.13

$45.67

$94,990

100

0.98

6.67

$43.42

$90,320

0.87

5.91

$47.71

$99,240

90

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Nonmetropolitan areas with the highest concentration of jobs and location quotients in this occupation:

Nonmetropolitan area Los Alamos County, New Mexico nonmetropolitan area East Idaho nonmetropolitan area Southwest Mississippi nonmetropolitan area Eastern Tennessee nonmetropolitan area Southern Vermont nonmetropolitan area

Employment (1)

Employment per thousand jobs

Location quotient (9)

Hourly mean wage

Annual mean wage (2)

130

7.99

54.58

$43.27

$90,000

190

3.99

27.28

$52.64

$109,500

100

0.98

6.67

$43.42

$90,320

120

0.90

6.13

$45.67

$94,990

90

0.87

5.91

$47.71

$99,240

Top paying nonmetropolitan areas for this occupation:

Nonmetropolitan area East Idaho nonmetropolitan area Southern Vermont nonmetropolitan area Eastern Tennessee nonmetropolitan area Southwest Mississippi nonmetropolitan area Los Alamos County, New Mexico nonmetropolitan area

Employment (1)

Employment per thousand jobs

Location quotient (9)

Hourly mean wage

Annual mean wage (2)

190

3.99

27.28

$52.64

$109,500

90

0.87

5.91

$47.71

$99,240

120

0.90

6.13

$45.67

$94,990

100

0.98

6.67

$43.42

$90,320

130

7.99

54.58

$43.27

$90,000

These estimates are calculated with data collected from employers in all industry sectors, all metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas, and all states and the District of Columbia. The percentile wage estimate is the value of a wage below which a certain percent of workers fall. The median wage is the 50th percentile wage estimate--50 percent of workers earn less than the median and 50 percent of workers earn more than the median. (1) Estimates for detailed occupations do not sum to the totals because the totals include occupations not shown separately. Estimates do not include self-employed workers. (2) Annual wages have been calculated by multiplying the hourly mean wage by a "year-round, full-time" hours figure of 2,080 hours; for those occupations where there is not an hourly mean wage published, the annual wage has been directly calculated from the reported survey data. (3) The relative standard error (RSE) is a measure of the reliability of a survey statistic. The smaller the relative standard error, the more precise the estimate. (4) Estimate not released.

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(5) The location quotient is the ratio of the area concentration of occupational employment to the national average concentration. A location quotient greater than one indicates the occupation has a higher share of employment than average, and a location quotient less than one indicates the occupation is less prevalent in the area than average.

4.4 Competition Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. will enter in a highly competitive market of Nuclear Staffing firms, but the following 24 Nuclear companies will be direct competitors due to their presence in INPO and their recognition within the Nuclear Industry: COMPETITION COMPANY

WEBSITE

AREVA

www.areva.com

Babcock & Wilcox

www.babcock.com

Bechtel

www.bechtel.com

Black & Veatch

www.bv.com

Day & Zimmermann

www.dayzim.com

ENERCON

www.enercon.com

Flour Enterprises

www.flour.com

General Electric

www.ge-energy.com

Hitachi, Ltd.

www.hitachi.com

Honeywell

www.honeywell.com

KEPCO KPS

www.kepcopower.com

Kiewit Power

www.kiewit.com

LES

www.nirs.org

Mitsubishi Group

www.mnes-us.com

Nuclear Fuel Serv (NFS)

www.nuclearfuelservice s.com

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DESCRIPTION AREVA SA is a France-based company that offers technological solutions for nuclear ... AREVA T&D India Limited is an Indiabased company Provides design, engineering, manufacturing, construction and facilities management services to nuclear, renewable, fossil power, industrial and government Engineering, construction, management, and development services worldwide. Includes index of technical and other papers written by company staff. Black & Veatch Corporation is a leading global engineering, consulting and construction company with the mission of Building a World of Difference®. The Atlantic Group (USA) - The Atlantic Group serves the Nuclear Power Generation industry with specialized maintenance and repair services, including staff Enercon Services, Inc. (ENERCON), founded in 1983, is an engineering, environmental, technical and management services firm providing a broad range of ... Fluor takes on the toughest challenges in engineering, procurement, construction , maintenance (EPCM) project management and design build construction. GE Hitachi has provided advanced and sophisticated technology for nuclear energy for over five decades. Three main product lines support this capability: ... GE Hitachi has provided advanced and sophisticated technology for nuclear energy for over five decades. Three main product lines support this capability: ... Honeywell (NYSE: HON) is a Fortune 100 company that invents and manufactures technologies to address tough challenges linked to global megatrends such ... Kepco manufactures/designs analog/digital-controlled instrumentation power supplies and industrial/OEM modular DIN rail-mountable units for hot-swap/n+1 ... With a passion for jobs done well, Kiewit Power offers clients a ―one-stop shop‖ for all integrated engineering, procurement, construction and startup service ... Louisiana Energy Services (LES) is a consortium of some of the biggest companies in the nuclear power field. LES exists solely to build a new uranium ... Since the 1950's, when Mitsubishi group first began to research and develop nuclear power generation, we have taken part in the design and construction of ... Offers nuclear industry services including fuel manufacturing, decontamination and decommissioning, downblending highlyenriched uranium, ...

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Sargent & Lundy

www.sargentlundy.com

Scientech

www.scientech.com

Shaw Group

www.shawgrp.com

Toshiba

www.toshiba.com

URS – Energy and Const

www.urscorp.com

USEC, Inc.

www.usec.com

Westinghouse Electric

www.westinghousenucl ear.com

Williams Ind Serv Group

www.wisgrp.com

WSI

www.aquilex.com

Sargent Lundy provides comprehensive engineering, energy business consulting, and project services for new and operating power plants - fossil- fueled, ... Scientech: A Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company. Shaw has been a pioneer in nuclear plant design and construction for more than 60 years. nuclear power. And Toshiba Technology makes it possible.through nuclear power.Future happiness through nuclear power. And Toshiba Technology makes it ... URS Corporation is a leading provider of engineering, construction and technical services for public agencies and private sector companies around the world. ... USEC Inc. is a leading supplier of low enriched uranium for commercial nuclear power plants worldwide. Westinghouse Electric Company provides fuel, services, technology, plant design and equipment for the commercial nuclear electric power industry. Williams Industrial Services Group, LLC (Williams) is a dynamic family of companies offering a broad range of general and specialty construction, maintenance ... Aquilex WSI Nuclear Services is the industry leader in advanced, engineered welding technology, including Alloy 600 cracking mitigation and other nuclear ...

4.5 Market Niche Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. will enter in the market to serve Nuclear projects segment of Nuclear customer that forms 6.1% of total staffing requests in the Nuclear Industry. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. will provide lower price service RFP (18% to 20%) in the start to be awarded bids, and eventually set it to competitive rate (25% to 30%).

4.6 Competitive Edge The company seeks to establish a competitive edge in its new target market segment by increasing the level of customer contact and service that other competitors seem to oftentimes lack. Our owner, Donald Grove has 20 years of industry experience and is well respected in the nuclear industry. We have a strong 15 step process working with clients to ensure proper screening of candidates to fulfill contracts. All our contractors have a minimum four year degree or equivalent experience to ensure that our clients receive the best quality service. Additionally, Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. possesses the necessary training skills to ensure our contractors are up to date on the current technologies a quality that is needed in this market. The establishment of the previously mentioned work processes that will ensure greater service will strengthen the contacts that promote word of mouth marketing and networking.

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4.7 Marketing Strategy Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.'s marketing strategy process will allow this business to concentrate its resources on the greatest opportunities to increase sales and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. has implemented the following strategies to achieve marketing success.

Marketing Strategy

Nuclear Clients

Nuclear Candidates

Nuclear Recruiters

Nuclear Projects

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Branding: Nuclear Recruiters has created their official website for creating a brand and company image in the market, as well as providing access to job opportunities online (www.NuclearRecruiters.com). Nuclear Recruiters has submitted Trademark application with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for unique cube logo design with yellow, black color, radiation symbols and business name Nuclear Recruiters. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. is a registered Corporation with the NC Secretary of State. EIN# 45-3973559 Marketing Objectives: Nuclear Recruiters will focus on creating a brand image in the nuclear industry. They will participate in the major events of EPRI, INPO, NRC and NEI awareness and education programs related to supplemental resources and contracts administration. Strategy: Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. will start by targeting the Work management segment of Nuclear Staffing market with EPRI (WPUG) member’s area. They will convince people about the benefits and needs of Nuclear Recruiters specific expertise. This will be accomplished by aggressively pursuing interaction and relationships with EPRI members in WPUG (Work Planning User Group), awareness programs and by sending newsletters and emails through website. **Note: See Appendix for samples of marketing materials** Marketing Mediums We will use traditional advertising medium for nuclear recruiting firms such as trade shows, signs, trade magazine ads, post cards, brochures, business cards, and employment/human resources community boards online. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. will create our flyers, postcards, business cards, and brochures in house. One of Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.'s primary means of creating awareness will be our website. The website will contain information about the services we sell, contact information, and a secure online checkout. It will include colorful pictures and reviews from past customers. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. will do online banner advertisements and job ads on websites such as www.roadtechs.com, www.nukeworker.com, www.new.ans.org, www.nuclearjob.net, and www.linkedin.com. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. will also use email advertisements as a means of reaching potential customers. E-mail advertisements will highlight our special of the week. The Ads will be created by a low cost marketing firm and only use emails submitted on our website to save on the costs of procuring a list.

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4.8 Sales Strategy The sales strategy assists in the planning of all sales activities like methods of reaching clients, competitive differences and resources available. Tactics involves the day-to-day selling: prospecting, sales process, and follow-up. Sales Process / Prospecting Commercial Clients: Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. will also have Customer Service Representative soliciting local and international businesses on the phone to gain additional business. The terms offered to these businesses will be the traditional Net-30. We anticipate collecting 98 percent of revenues because of our screening process. The main way we will close sales for commercial clients is our strong network of contractors with flexible availability. By guaranteeing fast, reliable, service at extended hours we feel we can begin to make a dent in the nuclear industry human resources market. Follow-up for extended clients will consist of a five minute voluntary phone survey. In addition, all clients can address concerns during office hours.

4.8.1 Sales Forecast As the following table shows, the company plans to deliver sales of approximately $333,667 in the first year, $2,002,000 in the second year, $5,338,667 in the third year, $9,342,667 in the fourth year, and $23,356,667 in the fifth year plan implementation. The approximate cost of sales will be 75%. As indicated in the table, sales are forecasted to increase, with an annual growth rate of approximately 75%.

SALES FORECAST Sales Engineering Maintenance Total Sales Direct Cost of Sales Engineering Maintenance Subtotal Direct Cost of Sales

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Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

$286,000 $47,667 $333,667

$1,716,000 $286,000 $2,002,000

$4,576,000 $762,667 $5,338,667

$8,008,000 $1,334,667 $9,342,667

$20,020,000 $3,336,667 $23,356,667

Year 1 $214,500 $35,750 $250,250

Year 2 $1,287,000 $214,500

Year 3 $3,432,000 $572,000

Year 4 $6,006,000 $1,001,000

Year 5 $15,015,000 $2,502,500

$1,501,500

$4,004,000

$7,007,000

$17,517,500

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4.9 Marketing Budget Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. has allocated $10,000 for marketing in the year 2012. This budget will be used for advertising on Roadtechs, Nukeworker, nukejob.net, LinkedIn, direct mail and printing brochures.

4.10 SWOT Analysis

SWOT Analysis Strengths:  Management committed towards to a result orientated approach to attract and maintain nuclear customers in a highly competitive market.

 Specific established nuclear industry expertise, training, qualifications, and business relationships to succeed in this competitive market.

 Nuclear Recruiters Management Team has over 10 years’ unescorted access in the protected areas

 Unique industry experience in over 10 PWR(pressurized water reactors), BWR (boiling water reactors) and CANDU Nuclear Power Plants in the US and Canada abroad

 Management team of nuclear Recruiters is able to attract top talent in the nuclear industry since we have Actual experience working in Commercial Nuclear power plants as a contractor as well as full time in-house employee

Weaknesses:  New to the Staffing and Recruiting side of the industry and lacks a measurable amount of job postings and Approved vendor listings

 Nuclear Recruiters lacks a full time staff of Nuclear Recruiters to effectively compete with some of the more established recruiting firms.

 Nuclear Recruiters is short of marketing budget to attract large Nuclear contract business client.

 No completed projects to date with client referrals

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Opportunities:  All Nuclear Utilities are striving for INPO (Institute of Nuclear Power Operations) rating of ―1 or to maintain a rating of 1 and perception as a top-performer. Clients will maintain relationships with Staffing companies providing resources that help achieve status.

 In order to enhance quality and to optimize costs, it is a good practice to consider the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Long term contracts (3 to 5 years) with main contractors Competition among contractors Fixed price contracts with quality bonuses given directly to the people doing the work Preplanning of activities together with contractors Contractor personnel being considered equal members with utility personnel in outage teams.

 When utilities have identified ways to reduce staff sizes, a common issue is what to do with the personnel

who are no longer needed. Many utilities, particularly those whose labour laws or union contracts preclude them from layoffs, have decided to take over some functions traditionally performed by contractors. It may instead be possible to transfer such personnel to the contractor. This may be a superior approach particularly if the contractor can do the work more efficiently and effectively. 68% of the current full-time nuclear workforce is eligible to retire within 5 years or less and there is a knowledge gap that can be filled with hiring experience contract resources

Threats:  Changes in staffing. Plants in most countries surveyed expect staffing levels to decrease modestly over the next 5 years. Plants in about 70% of the countries surveyed expect staffing to decrease through the year 2020. The size of the planned decrease ranged up to 5 percent per year in some countries. The median planned change in staffing of the surveyed countries was a 2% decrease in 2009 and a 1.5% decrease per year through 2020. Most utilities that expect their staff to decrease believe the decrease will occur primarily in two areas: 1. Site services, because functions not directly related to production (such as housing and transportation) were being transferred to other organizations, and 2. Maintenance, as plants improve worker efficiency through process improvement initiatives, increased use of cross training and multi-discipline teams, and greater use of Reliability centered maintenance.

 Recession and economic downturn can slow down the growth of Nuclear Projects.  Low cost Request For Proposal (RFP) offers from un-established competitors. Although it’s a small level threat due to a fact that staffing operating costs are increasing.

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Graphical Presentation of SWOT

Helpful For achieving the objectives

Strength Management team has 10 Years SPECIFIC NUCLEAR INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Internal

Badged and actually worked in over 10 US and CANDU Nuclear plants abroad

Harmful For achieving the objectives

Weakness Limited well-established relationships with contracts managers and supply chain No completed projects to date with client referrals

Qualified and trained Lacks full-time staff of nuclear recruiters

Opportunities All Nuclear Utilities are striving for INPO -1. Rely on the right staffing firms to help them achieve/maintain that status Reduction in in-house staff

External 68% of the current full-time Nuclear Workforce is eligible to RETIRE within 5 years or less and there is a knowledge gap that can be filled with hiring experienced contract resources

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Threats Changes in staffing. Plants in most countries surveyed expect staffing levels to decrease modestly over the next 5 years Recession and economic downturn can slow down the growth of Nuclear Projects and new power plants

Low cost Request For Proposal offers from un-established competitors. Although it’s a small level threat due to a fact that staffing operating costs are increasing.

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The reason why Nuclear Recruiters will be a success and how we differentiate ourselves from the 400+similar nuclear staffing firms currently servicing the 104 Commercial Nuclear Industry Clients as well as the thousands of fossil, hydro, and wind industries is this; per INPO #5 Nuclear Safety Guiding Principle, ―Nuclear Technology is Recognized as Special and Unique.‖ Contractor personnel provide essential services to nuclear power plants, particularly during plant outages or for projects involving major upgrades to plants. In providing these services contractor personnel encounter similar problems to those that challenge nuclear power plant personnel. Accordingly, contractor personnel must be similarly competent and effectively interface with NPP personnel when performing their assigned duties. It is in this context that Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. offers a framework for assuring the competence of contractor personnel we provide. Another significant reason why Nuclear Recruiters will be successful is…in order for nuclear clients to succeed and obtain INPO 1 status and be perceived as a top performer which inspires confidence in the regulatory commissions, investors and public as well, they need to hire qualified nuclear contract resources to support this effort…and that’s where Nuclear Recruiters comes in.

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5.0 MANAGEMENT SUMMARY Donald Grove was born in Vandenberg, CA. He graduated from RB Stall High School in 1988. He entered college as an Engineering Technology student at Trident Technical College in 1990. Grove began his electrical experience in 1996 with Black & Veach at Westvaco Paper mill in Charleston, SC. As an electrical apprentice, early advice from a journeyman electrician stuck with me through the years. "He told me, 'If you learn this electrical trade and work safely you will always have a job!" Donald Grove successfully completed Nuclear Instrumentation and Electrical training certification at Mt. Holly, NC in 2006. As a member of the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals, Grove in 2011 was also a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional. Grove worked with several electrical contractors including General Electric from 1999 to 2001. Donald Grove was badged with unescorted access into his first nuclear plant on September 11, 2001 with Duke Temps at Oconee Nuclear Station. "I was high energy - I had a lot of paper mill instrumentation and electrical experience, and this new nuclear opportunity was driven by procedures and schedules." I have worked at ten PWR, BWR and CANDU Nuclear Plants including: Oconee, Catawba, McGuire Nuclear Stations, North Anna, Surry, Shearon Harris, Point Beach, Bruce Power and Ft. Calhoun Nuclear Stations. I have experienced a variety of responsibilities over the years in these unique work environments. The most natural transition for Grove was to utilize his 10 years of cumulative experience, qualifications and knowledge of the Nuclear Industry, working as an employee of several Contract Staffing companies and to become an Employer. "There are many staffing companies" admits Grove; "however there are honestly only a few that understand some of the unique requirements of this exciting but Industry Regulated Profession." Living life to the fullest both in the office and out, Donald Grove embodies the adage that life is meant to be lived. "One of the things I've always done is reinvent myself, from the humble beginnings as an Industrial Paper mill I&C technician to the Professional Supplemental employee as a Nuclear I&E Technician at several Nuclear Power Plants. "I'm reinventing myself right now." Donald Grove has begun Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. in 2007, a Nuclear Staffing Firm based in Charlotte, NC. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. is the premier Nuclear Industry Staffing Firm and Subject Matter Expert (S.M.E.) specializing in recruiting Professional Nuclear Supplemental Support staff for "direct hire" and "contract" positions exclusively for Commercial Nuclear Power Utilities and governmental agencies.

5.1 Personnel Plan The cornerstone of the personnel plan is to maximize productivity and minimize the labor burden on the company's operating expenses. As we grow, we expect to see steady increases in our personnel to match the increases in sales. PERSONNEL PLAN Owner Administrative Recruiters Management Human Resources Accounting/PO Total People

Year 1 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Year 2 $20,000 $36,000 $50,000 $0 $45,000 $40,000 5

Year 3 $150,000 $37,800 $102,500 $70,000 $47,250 $42,000 8

Year 4 $300,000 $39,690 $210,000 $73,500 $96,862 $44,100 10

Year 5 $600,000 $41,675 $262,500 $77,175 $101,706 $46,305 11

Total Payroll

$0

$191,000

$449,550

$764,153

$1,129,360

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6.0 MILESTONES Our detailed milestones are shown in the following table and chart. The related budgets are included with the expenses shown in the projected Profit and Loss statement, which is in the financial analysis that comes in Chapter 7 of this plan. MILESTONES Milestone Obtain Funding Create Website Hire 20 Maintenance Contractors Hire 30 Engineers Hire 40 Maintenance Contractors Hire 60 Engineers Hire 60 Maintenance Contractors Hire 90 Engineers Hire 80 Maintenance Contractors Hire 120 Engineers Hire 100 Maintenance Contractors Hire 200 Engineers

Start Date 1/1/2012 1/1/2012

End Date 2/29/2012 1/30/2012

Budget $0 $0

Manager Department Donald Grove Business Donald Grove Marketing

1/1/2012

12/31/2012

$0

Donald Grove Human Resources

1/1/2012

12/31/2012

$0

Donald Grove Human Resources

1/1/2013

12/31/2013

$0

Donald Grove Human Resources

1/1/2013

12/31/2013

$0

Donald Grove Human Resources

1/1/2014

12/31/2014

$0

Donald Grove Human Resources

1/1/2014

12/31/2014

$0

Donald Grove Human Resources

1/1/2015

12/31/2015

$0

Donald Grove Human Resources

1/1/2015

12/31/2015

$0

Donald Grove Human Resources

1/1/2016

12/31/2016

$0

Donald Grove Human Resources

1/1/2016

12/31/2016

$0

Donald Grove Human Resources

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7.0 FINANCIAL PLAN Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.'s financial plan projects the gross margin to be at approximately 25% percent. Net Profit for the company's first year of implementation will be ($6,093) increasing to $94,170 in fiscal year two, $438,458 in fiscal year three, $853,682 in fiscal year four, and $2,979,075 in fiscal year five. Cash-flow analysis, balance sheet, business ratio, break-even analysis, and other financial details are shown in the appendix.

7.1 Start-up Funding Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.'s funding requirements total $125,000. These costs will be funded through a variety of sources, including investors and a personal investment from the owner. The following charts and graphs provide additional information on the start-up funding and details of the start-up costs can be found in section 2.1 Start-up Summary.

START-UP FUNDING Start-up Expenses to Fund Start-up Assets to Fund Total Funding Required

$34,000 $91,000 $125,000

Assets Non-cash Assets from Start-up Cash Requirements from Start-up Additional Cash Raised Cash Balance on Starting Date Total Assets

$16,000 $75,000 $0 $75,000 $91,000

Liabilities and Capital Liabilities Current Borrowing Long-term Liabilities Accounts Payable (Outstanding Bills) Other Current Liabilities (interest-free) Total Liabilities

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Capital Planned Investment Owner One or more capital investor(s) Additional Investment Requirement Total Planned Investment

$25,000 $100,000 $0 $125,000

Loss at Start-up (Start-up Expenses) Total Capital

($34,000) $91,000

Total Capital and Liabilities

$91,000

Total Funding

$125,000

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7.2 Important Assumptions All financials are projections and estimates, which are based on the following assumptions: 1. The business will continue to grow and receive the same success if not more 2. This industry will maintain its popularity, especially in major cities 3. Through new marketing techniques, the business will develop higher sales

7.3 Break-even Analysis The Break-even Analysis is based on the average of the first-year figures for total sales by values, and by operating expenses. These are presented as per-unit revenue, per-unit cost, and fixed costs. These conservative assumptions make for a more accurate estimate of real risk. BREAK-EVEN ANALYSIS Monthly Revenue Break-even

$29,837

Assumptions: Average Percent Variable Cost

75%

Estimated Monthly Fixed Cost

$7,459

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7.4 Projected Profit and Loss The following table shows that we expect to maintain gross margin but increase net profit margin during the next three years. The single most important factor in the improving profit margin is the economies of scale in our general and administrative expenses. The following table shows just the annual numbers. The detailed monthly projections for fiscal year one is included in the appendix. PRO FORMA PROFIT AND LOSS Sales Direct Cost of Sales Other Total Cost of Sales

Year 1 $333,667 $250,250 $0 $250,250

Year 2 $2,002,000 $1,501,500 $0 $1,501,500

Year 3 $5,338,667 $4,004,000 $0 $4,004,000

Year 4 $9,342,667 $7,007,000 $0 $7,007,000

Year 5 $23,356,667 $17,517,500 $0 $17,517,500

Gross Margin Gross Margin %

$83,417 25.00%

$500,500 25.00%

$1,334,667 25.00%

$2,335,667 25.00%

$5,839,167 25.00%

$0 $39,710

$191,000 $43,681

$449,550 $48,049

$764,153 $52,854

$1,129,360 $58,139

$0 $4,800 $1,200 $5,000 $4,800 $3,600 $2,400 $18,000 $0 $10,000

$0 $30,000 $7,500 $7,500 $5,040 $3,780 $2,520 $36,000 $28,650 $10,300

$0 $31,500 $7,875 $9,375 $5,292 $3,969 $2,646 $72,000 $67,433 $10,609

$0 $33,075 $8,269 $11,719 $5,557 $4,167 $2,778 $108,000 $114,623 $10,927

$0 $34,729 $8,682 $14,648 $5,834 $4,376 $2,917 $144,000 $169,404 $11,255

Total Operating Expenses

$89,510

$365,971

$708,298

$1,116,122

$1,583,345

Profit Before Interest and Taxes EBITDA Interest Expense Taxes Incurred

($6,093)

$134,529

$626,369

$1,219,545

$4,255,821

($6,093) $0 $0

$134,529 $0 $40,359

$626,369 $0 $187,911

$1,219,545 $0 $365,864

$4,255,821 $0 $1,276,746

Net Profit

($6,093)

$94,170

$438,458

$853,682

$2,979,075

Net Profit/Sales

-1.83%

4.70%

8.21%

9.14%

12.75%

Expenses Payroll Sales, Marketing, & Other Expenses Depreciation Rent Utilities Insurance Phone/Internet Office Supplies Maintenance Expenses Software Payroll Taxes Travel

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7.5 Projected Cash Flow Cash flow projections are critical to our success. The monthly cash flow is shown in the illustration, with one bar representing the cash flow per month and the other representing the monthly balance. The annual cash flow figures are included here as Table 7.5. Detailed monthly numbers for fiscal year one is included in the appendix. PRO FORMA CASH FLOW Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

$333,667 $333,667

$2,002,000 $2,002,000

$5,338,667 $5,338,667

$9,342,667 $9,342,667

$23,356,667 $23,356,667

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $333,667

$0 $0 $0 $0 $2,002,000

$0 $0 $0 $0 $5,338,667

$0 $0 $0 $0 $9,342,667

$0 $0 $0 $0 $23,356,667

Expenditures

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Expenditures from Operations Cash Spending Bill Payments Subtotal Spent on Operations

$0 $299,562 $299,562

$191,000 $1,615,918 $1,806,918

$449,550 $4,225,960 $4,675,510

$764,153 $7,455,722 $8,219,875

$1,129,360 $18,301,103 $19,430,463

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0 $0 $299,562

$0 $25,000 $1,831,918

$0 $25,000 $4,700,510

$0 $25,000 $8,244,875

$0 $25,000 $19,455,463

Net Cash Flow

$34,105

$170,082

$638,157

$1,097,792

$3,901,204

Cash Balance

$109,105

$279,186

$917,343

$2,015,135

$5,916,338

Cash Received Cash from Operations Cash Sales Subtotal Cash Operations

from

Additional Cash Received Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Received New Current Borrowing New Other Liabilities (interestfree) New Long-term Liabilities Sales of Other Current Assets Sales of Long-term Assets New Investment Received Subtotal Cash Received

Additional Cash Spent Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Paid Out Principal Repayment of Current Borrowing Other Liabilities Principal Repayment Long-term Liabilities Principal Repayment Purchase Other Current Assets Purchase Long-term Assets Dividends Subtotal Cash Spent

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7.6 Projected Balance Sheet All of Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.'s tables will be updated monthly to reflect past performance and future assumptions. Future assumptions will not be based on past performance but rather economic cycle activity, regional industry strength, and future cash flow possibilities. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. expects a solid growth in Net Worth beyond fiscal year three. PRO FORMA BALANCE SHEET Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Current Assets Cash Other Current Assets Total Current Assets

$109,105 $16,000 $125,105

$279,186 $16,000 $295,186

$917,343 $16,000 $933,343

$2,015,135 $16,000 $2,031,135

$5,916,338 $16,000 $5,932,338

Long-term Assets Long-term Assets Accumulated Depreciation Total Long-term Assets Total Assets

$0 $0 $0 $125,105

$0 $0 $0 $295,186

$0 $0 $0 $933,343

$0 $0 $0 $2,031,135

$0 $0 $0 $5,932,338

Liabilities and Capital

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Current Liabilities Accounts Payable Current Borrowing Other Current Liabilities Subtotal Current Liabilities

$40,198 $0 $0 $40,198

$141,109 $0 $0 $141,109

$365,808 $0 $0 $365,808

$634,918 $0 $0 $634,918

$1,582,046 $0 $0 $1,582,046

Long-term Liabilities Total Liabilities

$0 $40,198

$0 $141,109

$0 $365,808

$0 $634,918

$0 $1,582,046

Paid-in Capital Retained Earnings Earnings Total Capital Total Liabilities and Capital

$125,000 ($34,000) ($6,093) $84,907 $125,105

$125,000 ($65,093) $94,170 $154,077 $295,186

$125,000 $4,077 $438,458 $567,535 $933,343

$125,000 $417,535 $853,682 $1,396,217 $2,031,135

$125,000 $1,246,217 $2,979,075 $4,350,292 $5,932,338

Net Worth

$84,907

$154,077

$567,535

$1,396,217

$4,350,292

Assets

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7.7 Business Ratios Business ratios for the years of this plan are shown below. Industry profile ratios are based on Human Resources and Executive Search Consulting Services Industry listed under Standard Industrial Classification 8999 (SIC) code and 541612 (NAICS) code. Looking at the data it is clear that by fiscal year three Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. will be exceeding industry standards. RATIO ANALYSIS Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Sales Growth

n.a.

500.00%

166.67%

75.00%

150.00%

Industry Profile 16.96%

Percent of Total Assets Other Current Assets Total Current Assets Long-term Assets Total Assets

12.79% 100.00% 0.00% 100.00%

5.42% 100.00% 0.00% 100.00%

1.71% 100.00% 0.00% 100.00%

0.79% 100.00% 0.00% 100.00%

0.27% 100.00% 0.00% 100.00%

43.09% 52.28% 47.72% 100.00%

Current Liabilities Long-term Liabilities Total Liabilities Net Worth

32.13% 0.00% 32.13% 67.87%

47.80% 0.00% 47.80% 52.20%

39.19% 0.00% 39.19% 60.81%

31.26% 0.00% 31.26% 68.74%

26.67% 0.00% 26.67% 73.33%

20.92% 54.90% 75.81% 24.19%

100.00% 25.00% 0.00%

100.00% 25.00% 270.33%

100.00% 25.00% 131.95%

100.00% 25.00% 63.43%

100.00% 25.00% 40.72%

100.00% 39.57% 3.95%

0.00% -1.83%

45.91% 6.72%

18.45% 11.73%

9.08% 13.05%

6.14% 18.22%

0.10% 4.46%

Main Ratios Current Quick Total Debt to Total Assets Pre-tax Return on Net Worth Pre-tax Return on Assets

3.11 3.11 32.13% -7.18% -4.87%

2.09 2.09 47.80% 87.31% 45.57%

2.55 2.55 39.19% 110.37% 67.11%

3.20 3.20 31.26% 87.35% 60.04%

3.75 3.75 26.67% 97.83% 71.74%

0.91 0.85 75.81% 8.48% 2.05%

Additional Ratios Net Profit Margin Return on Equity

Year 1 -1.83% -7.18%

Year 2 4.70% 61.12%

Year 3 8.21% 77.26%

Year 4 9.14% 61.14%

Year 5 12.75% 68.48%

n.a n.a

Activity Ratios Accounts Payable Turnover Payment Days Total Asset Turnover

8.45 27 2.67

12.17 19 6.78

12.17 21 5.72

12.17 24 4.60

12.17 21 3.94

n.a n.a n.a

Debt Ratios Debt to Net Worth Current Liab. to Liab.

0.47 1.00

0.92 1.00

0.64 1.00

0.45 1.00

0.36 1.00

n.a n.a

Liquidity Ratios Net Working Capital Interest Coverage

$84,907 0.00

$154,077 0.00

$567,535 0.00

$1,396,217 0.00

$4,350,292 0.00

n.a n.a

Additional Ratios Assets to Sales Current Debt/Total Assets Acid Test Sales/Net Worth Dividend Payout

0.37 32% 3.11 3.93 0.00

0.15 48% 2.09 12.99 0.27

0.17 39% 2.55 9.41 0.06

0.22 31% 3.20 6.69 0.03

0.25 27% 3.75 5.37 0.01

n.a n.a n.a n.a n.a

Percent of Sales Sales Gross Margin Selling, General & Administrative Expenses Advertising Expenses Profit Before Interest and Taxes

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8.0 EXPERIENCE REFERENCES Experience Reference

Ft. Calhoun Nuclear Station Customer Name: Address:

OPPD Omaha Public Power District Ft. Calhoun Nuclear Station, 9610 Power Lane Blair, NE 68008

Customer POC:

Joel Glanz, Senior Nuclear Project Coordinator

Phone:

402-533-7382

E-mail:

jglantz@oppd.com

Customer POC:

Randall Hodgson, Manager Integrated Work Management

Phone:

402-533-7160

E-mail:

rhodgson@oppd.com

Website:

http://www.oppd.com

Contract Number: Description of Services:

Commercial Nuclear Plant (non-GSA) Analyze the validity of existing maintenance actions to prevent breakdowns and failures. Cost-effectively improve plant performance and equipment while eliminating waste. Maintain as well as develop work packages through utility generated station PM bases and templates as well as PM strategies from templates for component sets. Ensured smooth operations through the deep knowledge and understanding of operating procedures and plant dynamics including the use of PWR, IQ Review, and PMDB 2.0. Oversee the reevaluation of 1,800 FID 1 and 2 Model Work Orders to comply with the standards of EPRI using PassPort/Portal J v6, Asset Suite, Work Management Module, Action Tracking Module, Microsoft Office applications, and Cognos reporting. Corrective Action Program Owner (CAP006) qualified, for Level A, B Tier 1 and 2, C and D CR's. Location: Ft. Calhoun, NE 19 miles N of Omaha, NE in Region IV Operator: Omaha Public Power District Reactor Type: Pressurized Water Reactor Electrical Output: 500 MWe Reactor Vendor/Type: Combustion Engineering Containment Type: Dry, Ambient Pressure

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Experience Reference

Bruce Power Nuclear Station Customer Name: Address:

Bruce Power Nuclear Station 177 Tie RR2 Tiverton, ON N0G 2T0

Customer POC:

Dorothy DeReu, MWO Project Manager

Phone:

(602) 284.0536

E-mail:

dcmdereu@aol.com

Customer POC:

Bob Michel, Work Planning Project Manager

Phone:

(321) 848.3376

E-mail:

bob@bmichel.com

Website: Contract Number: Description of Services:

http://www.brucepower.com/ Commercial Nuclear Plant (non-GSA) Managed the staff of nine Assessors in the I&C department. Oversaw 34,000 CRIT CAT 001 to 003 Model Work Orders. Organized the reassessment of 8900 I&C Work Orders using PassPort/Portal J v10, Asset Suite, Work Management Module, Action Tracking Module, Microsoft Office applications, EDMS, Livelink, and Cognos reporting. Effectively help save 15 million dollars annually for the company by Authorizing Model Work Orders and generating PM Work Orders at either Approved or Ready status to minimize the resources required to assess the Active Work Orders while allotting ample time for Corrective/ Elective Work Orders. Bruce Power’s 2,300-acre site on the shores of Lake Huron houses the Bruce A and B generating stations, which each hold four CANDU reactors. Six of those units are currently operational and produce more than 4,700 megawatts, which is enough to power one in five hospitals, homes and schools in Ontario.

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Point Beach Nuclear Station Customer Name: Address:

NextEra Energy Point Beach Nuclear Station, 6610 Nuclear Rd Two Rivers, WI 54241

Customer POC:

Sean Edwards, Senior Nuclear Project Coordinator

Phone:

920-755-7364

E-mail:

Sean.Edwards@nexteraenergy.com

Website: Contract Number: Description of Services:

http://www.nexteraenergy.com/ Commercial Nuclear Plant (non-GSA) I&C planner with PMO Optimization Project while organizing I&C Model Work Orders, PMID, RQs for CRIT CAT 001 to 003 equipment through PassPort/Portal J v10, and Asset Suite. Identified work orders as well as scheduled operational tasks for Safety Shutdown Systems, Loop Calibrations, and Protective Relays. Created an equipment list for work including ordered parts, written instruction, crucial existing processes, requested tag outs, RWP’s, Engineering support, and 10CFR50.59 and 10CFR50.65 (Maintenance Rule). Assigned correct schedule grade adherence while identifying level of planning (preventive, minor, corrective, elective, or modifications), maintenance rule, resource requirements, as well as writing CAP A/R’s, PMCR’s, PCR’s, and others.

Location: Two Rivers, WI (13 miles NNW of Manitowoc, WI) in Region III Operator: NextEra Energy Point Beach, LLC Operating License: Issued - 10/05/1970 Renewed License: Issued - 12/22/2005 License Expires: 10/05/2030 Docket Number: 05000266 Reactor Type: Pressurized Water Reactor Electrical Output: 512 MWe Reactor Vendor/Type: Westinghouse TwoLoop Containment Type: Dry, Ambient Pressure

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Ernst & Young Customer Name: Address:

Ernst & Young, LLP Suite 1000 55 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd Atlanta, Georgia 30308

Customer POC:

Laurie A. Malecki, Recruitment Manager

Phone:

1 404 817 4569

E-mail:

Laurie.Malecki@ey.com

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Frankie Friend & Associates Customer Name:

Frankie Friend & Associates, Inc.

Address:

2305 E. Arapahoe Rd., Suite 132 Centennial, CO 80122

Customer POC:

Frankie Friend, President/ CEO

Phone:

303-768-8577

E-mail:

ffriend@frankiefriend.com

Customer POC:

Gary Ryals, Program Manager

Phone:

303-768-8577

E-mail:

gnryals@frankiefriend.com

Website: Contract Number: Description of Services:

http:/www.frankiefriend.com/ N00178-12-R-4000 Teaming/ subk agreement for Seaport-E Solicitation Number: N00178-12-R-4000 The Contractor shall, in response to task orders issued under this contract by the Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Air Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Command, Strategic Systems Programs, Office of Naval Research, and the United States Marine Corps, provide services that potentially span the entire spectrum of mission areas supported by the activities and technical capabilities that comprise the various ordering offices, as well as provide professional support services to the overall Navy, and Marine Corps organizations. Services within the functional areas identified below, may be performed under this contract for new product areas, programs, or missions, which are assigned to these activities during the life of the contract. Additionally, activities may provide limited support under this contract to other Department of Defense (DoD), non-DoD, or Joint agencies for work that is integrally related to product areas and mission.

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Annex C: STAFFING SURVEY METHODOLOGY

STAFFING SURVEY METHODOLOGY A survey approach was used to collect staffing data to be used in the proven approaches to staffing section of this report. The survey approach had four steps: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Determine the information to be collected Identify the plants to be included in the collection process Develop a survey form which was then sent to each participating utility Collect survey results and transcribe them to this section of the report

This survey is meant to provide an initial, approximate review as to the staffing strategies of plants of different design and in different countries. It was not the intent of this report to perform an exhaustive staffing review or analysis, or to conduct any type of benchmarking. Annex D discusses the methodology for conducting a formal staffing benchmarking of an NPP and Annex E provide a case study of the results of a formal benchmarking at an NPP. The information collected for NPP staffing data was the total staffing levels at, and supporting, each nuclear power plant including: • • •

Plant staff Nuclear headquarters staff (fully apportioned to all NPPs operated by the company) Non-nuclear headquarters staff (any staff directly supporting the NPPs).

Also included was all vendor support for the plant, including: • • • •

Long term on-site contractors (e.g., security guards) Short term on-site contractors (e.g., outage support) Long term off-site contractors (e.g., engineering vendors) Short term off-site contractors (e.g., equipment manufacturer technical representatives).

Data for these staff resources was divided into six staffing areas (description): 1. Operations: operations 2. Maintenance: construction support, maintenance, planning, outage craft, outage management, scheduling 3. Engineering: computer engineering, drafting, engineering design, plant engineering, engineering programs, technical engineering, nuclear fuels, procurement engineering, project management, reactor engineering 4. Safety: ALARA, chemistry, emergency preparedness, environmental, HP applied, HP support, licensing, nuclear safety, QA, QC/NDE, Radwaste/ decon/ plant cleaning, safety/health 5. Support: Administration, budget/ finance, clerical, communications, contracts, document control, human resources, information systems, management, management assistance, materials management, purchasing, training, warehouse 6. Site Services: Civil/community services, employee housing, facility maintenance/non-plant cleaning, fire protection, offsite high and low level waste disposal, security

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Appendix

Table: Sales Forecast SALES FORECAST

Sales Engineering Maintenance Total Sales

0% 0%

Direct Cost of Sales Engineering Maintenance Subtotal Direct Cost of Sales

Month 1

Month 2

Month 3

Month 4

Month 5

Month 6

Month 7

Month 8

Month 9

Month 10

Month 11

Month 12

$13,000 $2,167 $15,167

$13,000 $2,167 $15,167

$13,000 $2,167 $15,167

$13,000 $2,167 $15,167

$13,000 $2,167 $15,167

$26,000 $4,333 $30,333

$26,000 $4,333 $30,333

$26,000 $4,333 $30,333

$26,000 $4,333 $30,333

$39,000 $6,500 $45,500

$39,000 $6,500 $45,500

$39,000 $6,500 $45,500

Month 1 $9,750 $1,625

Month 2 $9,750 $1,625

Month 3 $9,750 $1,625

Month 4 $9,750 $1,625

Month 5 $9,750 $1,625

Month 6 $19,500 $3,250

Month 7 $19,500 $3,250

Month 8 $19,500 $3,250

Month 9 $19,500 $3,250

Month 10 $29,250 $4,875

Month 11 $29,250 $4,875

Month 12 $29,250 $4,875

$11,375

$11,375

$11,375

$11,375

$11,375

$22,750

$22,750

$22,750

$22,750

$34,125

$34,125

$34,125

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Appendix

Table: Personnel

PERSONNEL PLAN

Owner Administrative Recruiters Management Human Resources Accounting/PO Total People

0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

Total Payroll

Month 1 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 2 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 3 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 4 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 5 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 6 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 7 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 8 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 9 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 10 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 11 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

Month 12 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

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Table: Profit and Loss

PRO FORMA PROFIT AND LOSS

$30,333 $22,750 $0 $22,750

Month 10 $45,500 $34,125 $0 $34,125

Month 11 $45,500 $34,125 $0 $34,125

Month 12 $45,500 $34,125 $0 $34,125

$7,583 25.00%

$7,583 25.00%

$11,375 25.00%

$11,375 25.00%

$11,375 25.00%

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$3,309

$3,309

$3,309

$3,309

$3,309

$3,309

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$200

$200

$200

$200

$200

$200

$200

$200

$1,500 $0 $833

$1,500 $0 $833

$1,500 $0 $833

$1,500 $0 $833

$1,500 $0 $833

$1,500 $0 $833

$1,500 $0 $833

$1,500 $0 $833

$1,500 $0 $833

$7,459

$7,459

$7,459

$7,459

$7,459

$7,459

$7,459

$7,459

$7,459

$7,459

($3,668)

($3,668)

($3,668)

($3,668)

$124

$124

$124

$124

$3,916

$3,916

$3,916

($3,668) $0 $0

($3,668) $0 $0

($3,668) $0 $0

($3,668) $0 $0

($3,668) $0 $0

$124 $0 $0

$124 $0 $0

$124 $0 $0

$124 $0 $0

$3,916 $0 $0

$3,916 $0 $0

$3,916 $0 $0

Net Profit

($3,668)

($3,668)

($3,668)

($3,668)

($3,668)

$124

$124

$124

$124

$3,916

$3,916

$3,916

Net Profit/Sales

-24.18%

-24.18%

-24.18%

-24.18%

-24.18%

0.41%

0.41%

0.41%

0.41%

8.61%

8.61%

8.61%

Month 1

Month 2

Month 3

Month 4

Month 5

Month 6

Month 7

Month 8

Month 9

Sales Direct Cost of Sales Other Total Cost of Sales

$15,167 $11,375 $0 $11,375

$15,167 $11,375 $0 $11,375

$15,167 $11,375 $0 $11,375

$15,167 $11,375 $0 $11,375

$15,167 $11,375 $0 $11,375

$30,333 $22,750 $0 $22,750

$30,333 $22,750 $0 $22,750

$30,333 $22,750 $0 $22,750

Gross Margin Gross Margin %

$3,792 25.00%

$3,792 25.00%

$3,792 25.00%

$3,792 25.00%

$3,792 25.00%

$7,583 25.00%

$7,583 25.00%

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$3,309

$3,309

$3,309

$3,309

$3,309

$3,309

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$0 $400 $100 $417 $400 $300

$200

$200

$200

$200

$1,500 $0 $833

$1,500 $0 $833

$1,500 $0 $833

$7,459

$7,459

($3,668)

Expenses Payroll Sales, Marketing, & Other Expenses Depreciation Rent Utilities Insurance Phone/Internet Office Supplies Maintenance Expenses Software Payroll Taxes Travel Total Operating Expenses Profit Before Interest and Taxes EBITDA Interest Expense Taxes Incurred

15%

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Month 2

Month 3

Month 4

Month 5

Month 6

Month 7

Month 8

Month 9

Month 10

Month 11

Month 12

$15,167 $15,167

$15,167 $15,167

$15,167 $15,167

$15,167 $15,167

$15,167 $15,167

$30,333 $30,333

$30,333 $30,333

$30,333 $30,333

$30,333 $30,333

$45,500 $45,500

$45,500 $45,500

$45,500 $45,500

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $15,167

$0 $0 $0 $0 $15,167

$0 $0 $0 $0 $15,167

$0 $0 $0 $0 $15,167

$0 $0 $0 $0 $15,167

$0 $0 $0 $0 $30,333

$0 $0 $0 $0 $30,333

$0 $0 $0 $0 $30,333

$0 $0 $0 $0 $30,333

$0 $0 $0 $0 $45,500

$0 $0 $0 $0 $45,500

$0 $0 $0 $0 $45,500

Expenditures

Month 1

Month 2

Month 3

Month 4

Month 5

Month 6

Month 7

Month 8

Month 9

Month 10

Month 11

Month 12

Expenditures from Operations Cash Spending Bill Payments Subtotal Spent on Operations

$0 $628 $628

$0 $18,834 $18,834

$0 $18,834 $18,834

$0 $18,834 $18,834

$0 $18,834 $18,834

$0 $19,213 $19,213

$0 $30,209 $30,209

$0 $30,209 $30,209

$0 $30,209 $30,209

$0 $30,588 $30,588

$0 $41,584 $41,584

$0 $41,584 $41,584

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0 $0 $0 $628

$0 $0 $0 $18,834

$0 $0 $0 $18,834

$0 $0 $0 $18,834

$0 $0 $0 $18,834

$0 $0 $0 $19,213

$0 $0 $0 $30,209

$0 $0 $0 $30,209

$0 $0 $0 $30,209

$0 $0 $0 $30,588

$0 $0 $0 $41,584

$0 $0 $0 $41,584

Net Cash Flow

$14,539

($3,667)

($3,667)

($3,667)

($3,667)

$11,120

$124

$124

$124

$14,912

$3,916

$3,916

Cash Balance

$89,539

$85,871

$82,204

$78,536

$74,869

$85,989

$86,113

$86,237

$86,361

$101,273

$105,189

$109,105

Cash Received Cash from Operations Cash Sales Subtotal Cash from Operations Additional Cash Received Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Received New Current Borrowing New Other Liabilities (interestfree) New Long-term Liabilities Sales of Other Current Assets Sales of Long-term Assets New Investment Received Subtotal Cash Received

0.00%

Additional Cash Spent Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Paid Out Principal Repayment of Current Borrowing Other Liabilities Principal Repayment Long-term Liabilities Principal Repayment Purchase Other Current Assets Purchase Long-term Assets Dividends Subtotal Cash Spent

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Table: Balance Sheet PRO FORMA BALANCE SHEET Assets

Month 1

Month 2

Month 3

Month 4

Month 5

Month 6

Month 7

Month 8

Month 9

Month 10

Month 11

Month 12

Starting Balances

Current Assets Cash Other Current Assets Total Current Assets

$75,000 $16,000 $91,000

$89,539 $16,000 $105,539

$85,871 $16,000 $101,871

$82,204 $16,000 $98,204

$78,536 $16,000 $94,536

$74,869 $16,000 $90,869

$85,989 $16,000 $101,989

$86,113 $16,000 $102,113

$86,237 $16,000 $102,237

$86,361 $16,000 $102,361

$101,273 $16,000 $117,273

$105,189 $16,000 $121,189

$109,105 $16,000 $125,105

Long-term Assets Long-term Assets Accumulated Depreciation Total Long-term Assets Total Assets

$0 $0 $0 $91,000

$0 $0 $0 $105,539

$0 $0 $0 $101,871

$0 $0 $0 $98,204

$0 $0 $0 $94,536

$0 $0 $0 $90,869

$0 $0 $0 $101,989

$0 $0 $0 $102,113

$0 $0 $0 $102,237

$0 $0 $0 $102,361

$0 $0 $0 $117,273

$0 $0 $0 $121,189

$0 $0 $0 $125,105

Month 1

Month 2

Month 3

Month 4

Month 5

Month 6

Month 7

Month 8

Month 9

Month 10

Month 11

Month 12

Liabilities and Capital Current Liabilities Accounts Payable Current Borrowing Other Current Liabilities Subtotal Current Liabilities

$0 $0 $0 $0

$18,206 $0 $0 $18,206

$18,206 $0 $0 $18,206

$18,206 $0 $0 $18,206

$18,206 $0 $0 $18,206

$18,206 $0 $0 $18,206

$29,202 $0 $0 $29,202

$29,202 $0 $0 $29,202

$29,202 $0 $0 $29,202

$29,202 $0 $0 $29,202

$40,198 $0 $0 $40,198

$40,198 $0 $0 $40,198

$40,198 $0 $0 $40,198

Long-term Liabilities Total Liabilities

$0 $0

$0 $18,206

$0 $18,206

$0 $18,206

$0 $18,206

$0 $18,206

$0 $29,202

$0 $29,202

$0 $29,202

$0 $29,202

$0 $40,198

$0 $40,198

$0 $40,198

Paid-in Capital Retained Earnings Earnings Total Capital Total Liabilities and Capital

$125,000 ($34,000) $0 $91,000 $91,000

$125,000 ($34,000) ($3,668) $87,333 $105,539

$125,000 ($34,000) ($7,335) $83,665 $101,871

$125,000 ($34,000) ($11,003) $79,998 $98,204

$125,000 ($34,000) ($14,670) $76,330 $94,536

$125,000 ($34,000) ($18,338) $72,663 $90,869

$125,000 ($34,000) ($18,213) $72,787 $101,989

$125,000 ($34,000) ($18,089) $72,911 $102,113

$125,000 ($34,000) ($17,965) $73,035 $102,237

$125,000 ($34,000) ($17,841) $73,159 $102,361

$125,000 ($34,000) ($13,925) $77,075 $117,273

$125,000 ($34,000) ($10,009) $80,991 $121,189

$125,000 ($34,000) ($6,093) $84,907 $125,105

Net Worth

$91,000

$87,333

$83,665

$79,998

$76,330

$72,663

$72,787

$72,911

$73,035

$73,159

$77,075

$80,991

$84,907

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The power of a fully integrated business software suite

Benefits of Akken Staffing for Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.

Founded in March 2005, Akken provides the only All-in-One, on demand software system for Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. to automate all core front and back office functions of a staffing or recruiting business. All-in-One software allows Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. to be more efficient and do more of what they do best - put people to work. All-in-One software helps Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. work collaboratively and be more productive in their sales, recruitment and fill-to-bill operations. Instead of each business function using a separate application, they use the same All-in-One solution to work better, together. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. benefits from using consistent information for payroll and billing. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. Sales and recruitment teams benefit by working together collaboratively and tracking progress of that next fill in real time. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. benefits from having all core business information in one solution, making it easier to report on the health of the business across functions and to make better business decisions. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. benefits from Akken software to track clients and prospects. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. benefits from Akken software to track applicants. Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. benefits from Akken software for payroll and employee management applications. Billing uses separate software to invoice clients.

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A Full-Featured Software Platform For Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. Staffing And Recruiting Business Core Front office features for Nuclear Recruiters, Inc: Applicant Tracking & CRM

Resume Parsing

Easily search, track and manage all of your candidate relationships, sales pipeline, job orders and assignments with Akken Staffing's integrated applicant tracking and customer relationship management system.

Automatically extract resume information and create complete candidate profiles in seconds with resume parsing technology. Akken's resume parsing saves everything from skills, experience, education and more.

Advanced Searching

Email Marketing

Never worry about missing data with Akken's integrated search. Find the right information instantly with quick keyword search or advanced search with radius, years of experience, skills, education and more. You can even use Boolean search strings, the choice is yours.

Market job opportunities, qualified candidates and services with Akken eCampaigns. This feature gives you customized email marketing capabilities so you can send targeted, individualized emails to multiple recipients in seconds.

Calendar and Task Manager

CaptureMe™

Stay organized and on task. Never forget a follow up again by accessing your meetings and to do's from one screen

Avoid data entry with Akken's CaptureMe feature. Instantly parse and save resumes, job orders, timesheets, expenses and new contacts directly from email.

Candidate Ranking

Automated Activity Tracking

Match your candidates to the right jobs in seconds with our instant candidate ranking and auto-match feature.

Have all activities at your fingertips. Akken Staffing automatically tracks emails, interviews, phone calls, notes, and more.

Integrated Email

Document Management

Access your email on the go with Akken's fullyintegrated web-based email. Akken Staffing automatically tracks all incoming and outgoing emails and associate them in CRM.

Eliminate wasted time searching for lost documents. Save documents to any CRM record, to calendar appointments and access any document the moment you need it, wherever you need it.

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Margin Calculator

Keep track of all job orders with one easy to use dashboard. Track all submissions, placements, trends and more.

Get rid of that desk calculator! Calculate pay rates, bill rates, and margins in Akken Staffing directly from the Job Order, burden rates included!

CRM Groups Segment, save and take action with Contacts and Candidates with ease. Manage lists for sales prospecting, customer satisfaction and communications programs, candidate searching and filling jobs

Back office features for Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.: Custom Reporting & Analytics

Gross Payroll Reporting

Get visibility into your entire organization and make better business decisions with Akken Staffing Reports. Generate any type of customized report in real time, such as Activity, Pipeline, Gross Payroll, Invoicing, and Expense reports.

Generate payroll reports to upload to your payroll provider or CPA. Using QuickBooks? Our integrated sync tool lets you send payroll information to QuickBooks with a click of a button. Yes, it's that simple.

Custom Invoicing

Timesheets and Expenses

Accommodate your client's specific billing requirements and create customized, professional invoices in seconds. Akken Staffing's invoicing system dynamically pulls billing information to create hundreds, even thousands of invoices simultaneously with one click.

Save hours every week with integrated timesheets and expenses. Go ahead, simplify your payroll, reporting and invoicing in one system.

Employee Management Akken Staffing is your system-of-record for all employee matters. Keep track of all information including assignment history, compensation, benefits, deductions, performance, and more.

Add-Ons: Akken Staffing Mobile

Outlook Sync

For those on the go! Access email, calendar, phone numbers, directions, notes, activities and more. The best part -Use any Smartphone you like. Learn more

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Customer Self Service

Employee Self Service

Let your clients submit job orders, approve timesheets and view their invoices directly from their own online account. Your temp and contract employees can submit online timesheets and expenses, update resume profiles, access benefits and vacation time, and update contact information.

Go paperless! Your entire staff can submit time and expenses online, update resume profiles, access benefits and vacation time, update contact information, direct deposit information and more

Website Integration

QuickBooks Sync

Connect Akken Staffing to your website and begin posting jobs and accepting resumes. Akken's job portal seamlessly integrates with your own website, without purchasing a separate content management system or hiring a costly web developer. We can help get your website connected in 48 hours or less.

Save time and money with QuickBooks Sync. Avoid double entry of customer, employee, vendor, assignment, payroll, and billing information while avoiding costly pay and bill errors. The most automated sync program available!

Data Frenzy Job Distribution

Data Frenzy RAM Candidate Sourcing

Manage job postings and applications with ease. Post jobs to multiple boards at once and watch the applicants automatically stream directly into Akken Staffing with no data entry. Learn more

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Find that needle in the haystack! Source candidates from hundreds of job boards and internet sites from one screen and stream qualified candidates directly into Akken Staffing with no data entry. Learn more

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Appendix Nuclear Recruiters is the Premier Nuclear Industry Staffing and Recruiting Firm exclusively for the Commercial Nuclear Power Industry and Governmental Agencies. To Contact us Call 1-888-317-8430 or E-Mail: info@nuclearrecruiters.com

Management Bio Donald L. Grove, Sr., Owner of Nuclear Recruiters™ with over 10 year’s Nuclear Industry experience, Donald Grove is also a man with tremendous personal energy and drive at age 42. “We are Nuclear Professionals and we provide nuclear professionals to our clients. We have an obligation to operate our Nuclear Recruiting Firm in a manner that inspires confidence in ourselves, the nuclear client, the regulator, and the public”, said Grove, adding he anticipates becoming actively involved in all nuclear staffing opportunities.‖ The rule of thumb I have with the Nuclear Industry is this: “Help” our Nuclear Utility Clients Attain Consistent, Predictable, High Levels of Performance in Nuclear Safety and Quality by providing Qualified, Experienced, and Professional Nuclear Supplemental Resources at Reduced Costs to the Client.

Donald Grove was born in Vandenberg, CA. He graduated from RB Stall High School in 1988. He entered college as an Engineering Technology student at Trident Technical College in 1990. Grove began his electrical experience in 1996 with Black & Veach at Westvaco Paper mill in Charleston, SC.

As an electrical apprentice, early advice from a

journeyman electrician stuck with me through the years. “He told me, „If you learn this electrical trade and work safely you will always have a job!” Donald Grove successfully completed Nuclear Instrumentation and Electrical training certification at Mt. Holly, NC in 2006. As a member of the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals, Grove in 2011 was also a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional. Grove worked with several electrical contractors including General Electric from 1999 to 2001.

Donald Grove was badged with unescorted access into his first nuclear plant on September 11, 2001 with Duke Temps at Oconee Nuclear Station. ―I was high energy – I had a lot of paper mill instrumentation and electrical experience, and this new Nuclear opportunity was driven by procedures and schedules.‖ I have worked at ten PWR, BWR and CANDU Nuclear Plants including: Oconee, Catawba, McGuire Nuclear Stations, North Anna, Surry, Shearon Harris, Point Beach, Bruce Power and Ft. Calhoun Nuclear Stations. I have experienced a variety of responsibilities over the years in these unique work environments.

The most natural transition for Grove was to utilize his 10 years of cumulative experience, qualifications and knowledge of the Nuclear Industry, working as an employee of several Contract Staffing companies and to become an Employer. “There are many staffing companies” admits Grove; “however there are honestly only a few that understand some of the unique requirements of this exciting but Industry Regulated Profession.”

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Appendix Living life to the fullest both in the office and out. Donald Grove embodies the adage that life is meant to be lived. ―One of the things I’ve always done is reinvent myself, from the humble beginnings as an Industrial Paper mill I&C technician to the Professional Supplemental employee as a Nuclear I&E Technician at several Nuclear Power Plants.

―I’m

reinventing myself right now.‖ I have begun Nuclear Recruiters™ in 2011, a Nuclear Staffing Firm based in Charlotte, NC.

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specializing in recruiting Professional Nuclear Supplemental Support staff for ―direct hire‖ and ―contract‖ positions exclusively for Commercial Nuclear Power Utilities and governmental agencies. Donald added, “I‟m really excited and my learning curve is steep, but that‟s why after so many years in the Nuclear Industry, it‟s as exciting today as it was the first day I stepped foot into the Protected Area at a Nuclear Plant. New challenges have never deterred me.”

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2D Designer (60) 3D Designer (69) 3D Drafter (54) 3D PDS Designer (14) ALARA Engineer (120) AOV Engineer (13) AOV Technician (30) AP Clerk (54) AR Clerk (48) Accounting (116) Accounts Payable (71) Accounts Receivable (71) Administration (329) Alignment Technician (34) Analyst (115) Application Engineer (39) Architect (8) Architectural Designer (13) Architectural Drafter (15) Asbestos Worker (51) Assessor (29) Assistant (182) Auditor (101) Authorization Basis (29) AutoCAD Designer (59) AutoCAD Drafter (56) Auxiliary Operator (209) BOP Engineer (22) Banking (39) Bench Technician (62) Biomedical Engineer (19) Biotech (53) Boiler Engineer (28) Boiler Technician (75) Boilermaker (34) Bricklayer (12) Broadcast Engineer (7) Builder (71) Business Analyst (58) Business Development (91) Buyer (45) CAD Designer (90) CNC Machinist (26) CNC Programmer (17) Carpenter (156) Cement Mason (12) Chemical Engineer (81) Chemical Safety (107) Chemistry (436) Civil Designer (11) Civil Drafter (16) Civil Engineer (63) Civil Field Engineer (27) Civil Superintendent (20) Clerk (132) Coating Technician (34) Commissioning (23) Commissioning Engineer (37) Commissioning Technician (25) Communications (81) Compliance Engineer (38) Component Engineer (26) Computer Operator (83) Computer Programmer (55) Computer Technician (88) Computers (176) Condenser Worker (53) Conduct of Ops (87) Construction (444) Construction Coordinator (55) Construction Engineer (58) Construction Manager (81) Construction Superintendent (94) Consultant (222) Containment Coordinator (24) Continuous Improvement (64) Contract Performance (23) Contracts Administrator (49) Control Room Operator (253) Controller (25) Controls Engineer (94) Controls Operator (93) Controls Technician (119) Coordinator (126) Core Reload Engineer (25) Corrective Action (52) Corrosion Copyright 2012Cost by Nuclear Engineer © (11) Analyst (28) Cost Engineer (35) Cost Estimator (29) Crane Operator (41)

Database Administrator (38) Decontamination (649) Designer (76) Diesel Generator Technician (34) Distribution Designer (8) Distribution Engineer (13) Distribution Technician (39) Diver (44) Document Control (97) Dosimetry (240) Drafter (35) Eddy Current (44) Eddy Current Inspector (14) Electrical (423) Electrical Designer (32) Electrical Drafter (13) Electrical Engineer (217) Electrical Field Engineer (92) Electrical Inspector (76) Electrical Maintenance (203) Electrical Planner (45) Electrical Technician (253) Electrician (261) Electro-Mechanical Designer (17) Electro-Mechanical Drafter (7) ElectroMechanical Engineer (32) Electro-Mechanical Technician (88) Electronic Engineer (38) Electronics Designer (12) Electronics Drafter (7) Electronics Technician (201) Emergency Medical Technician (19) Emergency Preparedness (203) Emergency Procedures Writer (43) Energy Services Engineer (14) Energy Trader (7) Engineer (573) Engineer Sales (28) Entrepreneurial (29) Environmental (433) Environmental Engineer (73) Environmental Health Physics (283) Environmental Technician (127) Equipment Engineer (26) Escort (117) Estimator (39) FME (114) Facilities Designer (10) Facilities Drafter (8) Facilities Engineer (31) Field Contract Manager (32) Field Coordinator (53) Field Engineer (178) Field Project Manager (99) Field Service (84) Field Service Engineer (57) Field Service Rep (33) Field Service Technician (152) Finance (42) Financial Analyst (23) Fire Alarm Technician (22) Fire Protection (175) Fire Protection Engineer (12) Fire Protection Manager (11) Foreman (83) Fuel Handler (93) Gamma Spec (144) General Services (107) Generation Planning Engineer (13) Generator Engineer (13) Generator Technician (61) Geotechnical (15) Geotechnical Engineer (8) Government (199) Government Relations (43) Graphics Designer (16) Graphics Drafter (7) HVAC Designer (16) HVAC Drafter (13) HVAC Engineer (35) Recruiters, Inc. HVAC Technician (68) Hardware Engineer (14) Hardware Technician (28) Hazmat (348) Health & Safety (443)

I&C Planner (25) I&C Procedure Writer (31) I&C Technician (198) I&E (87) IT (123) Ice Condenser (19) Industrial Engineer (30) Industrial Hygienist (112) Industrial Safety (127) Information Systems (52) Inspector (120) Instructional Designer (50) Instructor (428) Instrumentation Designer (14) Instrumentation Drafter (13) Instrumentation Engineer (48) Instrumentation Technician (168) Insulator (53) Integrated Safety Analysis (20) Ironworker (28) Laboratory Tech (203) Laborer (334) Landscape Architect (11) Lead Engineer (39) Legal (27) Licensing (57) Licensing Engineer (49) Linguist (13) Logistics (90) Logistics Engineer (7) MOV Analyst (8) MOV Diagnostic Technician (11) MOV Engineer (13) MOV Technician (14) MOV Technician (27) Machine Designer (11) Machine Drafter (9) Machine Engineer (19) Machine Operator (144) Machine Technician (76) Machinist (176) Maintenance (686) Maintenance Assessor (18) Maintenance Electrician (62) Maintenance Engineer (129) Maintenance Procedure Writer (67) Maintenance Superintendent (78) Maintenance Supervisor (196) Maintenance Technician (243) Manager (433) Manufacturing (146) Manufacturing Engineer (31) Marine Engineer (14) Marketing (69) Material Science Engineer (19) Materials (52) Materials Coordinator (63) Materials Engineer (19) Materials Management Specialist (24) Mechanic (172) Mechanical (300) Mechanical Designer (40) Mechanical Drafter (24) Mechanical Engineer (343) Mechanical Estimator (14) Mechanical Field Engineer (63) Mechanical Inspector (65) Mechanical Planner (53) Mechanical Procedure Writer (42) Mechanical Superintendent (48) Mechanical Technician (145) Metallurgical Engineer (15) Metallurgist (11) Microstation Designer (13) Millwright (91) Misc Craft Work (98) Misc Engineering (91) Misc Health & Safety (180) Misc Technical (143) Model Maker (11) NDA/NDE/NDT (150) NT Technician (18) Network Admin (24) Network Engineer (17) Network Technician (35) Nuclear Engineer (838) Nuclear Safety Analysis (189) O&M Engineer (27) O&M Technician (21) Operating Engineer (67)

Outage Coordinator (49) Outage Engineer (25) Outage Manager (60) Outage Supervisor (66) Outage Technician (100) Owners Rep (17) P3 Scheduler (46) PBX Technician (13) PC Technician (23) PLC Engineer (12) PLC Technician (25) Painter (124) Payroll Clerk (45) Performance Engineer (17) Performance Technician (16) Permitting (8) Pharmaceuticals (30) Physicist (117) Pilot (10) Pipe Fitter (137) Pipeline Engineer (11) Piping Designer (37) Piping Drafter (20) Piping Engineer (30) Planner (171) Planner Scheduler (94) Planning Engineer (31) Plant Engineer (65) Plant Layout Designer (12) Plant Manager (64) Plant Operator (362) Plant Production (58) Plant Production Supervisor (65) Plant Superintendent (25) Plant Technician (110) Plumbing Designer (14) Plumbing Drafter (12) Power Engineer (36) Power System Modeler (7) Predictive Maintenance Technician (26) Principal Engineer (51) Probabilistic Risk Assessment (41) Procedure Writer (258) Process Control Engineer (22) Process Design Engineer (16) Process Engineer (56) Procurement (70) Procurement Engineer (57) Procurement Specialist (43) Product Design Engineer (10) Product Engineer (13) Production (103) Production Engineer (20) Production Supervisor (45) Professional Services (40) Program Director (42) Program Manager (112) Program Specialist (15) Project Architect (4) Project Controls (84) Project Controls Engineer (31) Project Controls Manager (34) Project Controls Specialist (36) Project Controls Supervisor (18) Project Director (45) Project Engineer (139) Project Manager (476) Project Scheduler (63) Protection Engineer (7) Public Relations (55) Pump Work (70) Purchasing (78) Purchasing Agent (33) Purchasing Manager (17) QA/QC Auditor (86) QA/QC Engineer (123) QA/QC Inspector (200) QA/QC Manager (136) QA/QC Supervisor (393) QA/QC Technician (178) R&D Engineer (38) R&D Supervisor (23) R&D Technician (67) RCP Technician (55) RF Engineer

Refuel Technician (103) Refueling Engineer (29) Regulatory Affairs (43) Regulatory Compliance Engineer (20) Relay Engineer (7) Relay Technician (18) Reliability Engineer (28) Remote Handling Technician (17) Resource Manager (11) Rigging Engineer (9) Rigging Supervisor (22) Rigging Technician (74) Robotics Engineer (15) Rotating Equipment Engineer (14) Safeguards & Security Designer (12) Safeguards & Security Engineer (19) Safety Analyst (53) Safety Coordinator (75) Safety Engineer (50) Safety Manager (96) Sales (98) Sales Engineer (25) Sales Support Coordinator (20) Salesmen (37) Scaffold Builder (138) Scheduler (114) Scientific Technician (51) Security (701) Security Analyst (72) Security Installer (27) Security Project Manager (52) Service Coordinator (14) Service Specialist (11) Sheet metal Worker (28) Shift Supervisor (130) Shipping (205) Site Manager (45) Software Engineer (21) Spent Fuel Engineer (17) Sprinkler Fitter (10) Staff Engineer (23) Startup (61) Startup Engineer (57) Strategic Development (13) Stress Analysis Engineer (19) Structural Designer (20) Structural Drafter (14) Structural Engineer (30) Superintendent (59) Supervisor (496) Supply Chain Manager (28) Support Services (87) Surveyor (22) Systems Administrator (29) Systems Engineer (48) Systems Engineer (85) Technical Advisor (42) Technical Director (21) Technical Manager (57) Technical Specialist (65) Technical Support (74) Technical Translator (9) Technical Writing (224) Technician (192) Telecommunications (77) Test Engineer (56) Test Technician (80) Thermal Engineer (19) Tool Designer (14) Tool Engineer (9) Tool Room (144) Trainer (405) Training Coordinator (96) Training Manager (132) Training Specialist (122) Transportation (150) Turbine Engineer (23) Turbine Technician (62) Turnover Coordinators (8) Unix Systems Admin (11) Utilities Engineer (12) Valve Engineer (20) Valve Technician

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List of Power Reactor Units

Plant Name, Unit Number Arkansas Nuclear One, Unit 1 Arkansas Nuclear One, Unit 2 Beaver Valley Power Station, Unit 1 Beaver Valley Power Station, Unit 2 Braidwood Station, Unit 1 Braidwood Station, Unit 2 Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant, Unit 1 Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant, Unit 2 Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant, Unit 3 Brunswick Steam Electric Plant, Unit 1 Brunswick Steam Electric Plant, Unit 2 Byron Station, Unit 1 Byron Station, Unit 2 Callaway Plant Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1 Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2 Catawba Nuclear Station, Unit 1 Catawba Nuclear Station, Unit 2 Clinton Power Station, Unit 1 Columbia Generating Station, Unit 2 Comanche Peak Steam Electric Station, Unit 1 Comanche Peak Steam Electric Station, Unit 2 Cooper Nuclear Station Crystal River Nuclear Generating Plant, Unit 3 Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station, Unit 1 Copyright © 2012 by Nuclear Recruiters, Inc.

NRC Reactor Unit Web Page Arkansas Nuclear 1 Arkansas Nuclear 2 Beaver Valley 1 Beaver Valley 2 Braidwood 1 Braidwood 2 Browns Ferry 1 Browns Ferry 2 Browns Ferry 3 Brunswick 1 Brunswick 2 Byron 1 Byron 2 Callaway Calvert Cliffs 1 Calvert Cliffs 2 Catawba 1 Catawba 2 Clinton Columbia Generating Station

Docket Number 5000313 5000368 5000334 5000412 5000456 5000457 5000259 5000260 5000296 5000325 5000324 5000454 5000455 5000483 5000317 5000318 5000413 5000414 5000461

Location London, AR (6 MI WNW of Russellville, AR) London, AR (6 MI WNW of Russellville, AR) Shippingport, PA(17 MI W of McCandless, PA) Shippingport, PA (17 MI W of McCandless, PA) Braceville, IL (20 MI SSW of Joliet, IL) Braceville, IL (20 MI SSW of Joliet, IL) Athens, AL (32 MI W of Huntsville, AL) Athens, AL (32 MI W of Huntsville, AL) Wheeler Lake, AL (10 MI SW of Athens, AL) Southport, NC (20 MI S of Wilmington, NC) Southport, NC (20 MI S of Wilmington, NC) Byron, Il (17 MI SW of Rockford, IL) Byron, Il (17 MI SW of Rockford, IL) Fulton, MO (25 MI ENE of Jefferson City, MO) Lusby, MD (40 MI S of Annapolis, MD) Lusby, MD (40 MI S of Annapolis, MD) York, SC (18 MI S of Charlotte, NC) York, SC (18 MI S of Charlotte, NC) Clinton, IL (23 MI SSE of Bloomington, IL)

NRC Region 4 4 1 1 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 1 1 2 2 3

5000397

Richland, WA (20 MI NNE of Pasco, WA)

4

Comanche Peak 1

5000445

Glen Rose, TX (40 MI SW of Fort Worth, TX)

4

Comanche Peak 2 Cooper

5000446 5000298

Glen Rose, TX (40 MI SW of Fort Worth, TX) Brownville, NE (23 MI S of Nebraska City, NE)

4 4

Crystal River 3 Davis-Besse

5000302 5000346

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Appendix Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1 Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2 Donald C. Cook Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1 Donald C. Cook Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2 Dresden Nuclear Power Station, Unit 2 Dresden Nuclear Power Station, Unit 3 Duane Arnold Energy Center Edwin I. Hatch Nuclear Plant, Unit 1 Edwin I. Hatch Nuclear Plant, Unit 2 Fermi, Unit 2 Fort Calhoun Station, Unit 1 Grand Gulf Nuclear Station, Unit 1 H. B. Robinson Steam Electric Plant, Unit 2 Hope Creek Generating Station, Unit 1 Indian Point Nuclear Generating, Unit 2 Indian Point Nuclear Generating, Unit 3 James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant Joseph M. Farley Nuclear Plant, Unit 1 Joseph M. Farley Nuclear Plant, Unit 2 Kewaunee Power Station LaSalle County Station, Unit 1 LaSalle County Station, Unit 2 Limerick Generating Station, Unit 1 Limerick Generating Station, Unit 2 McGuire Nuclear Station, Unit 1 McGuire Nuclear Station, Unit 2 Millstone Power Station, Unit 2 Millstone Power Station, Unit 3 Monticello Nuclear Generating Plant, Unit 1 Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station, Unit 1 Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station, Unit 2 North Anna Power Station, Unit 1 North Anna Power Station, Unit 2 Oconee Nuclear Station, Unit 1 Oconee Nuclear Station, Unit 2 Oconee Nuclear Station, Unit 3 Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station, Unit 1

Diablo Canyon 1 Diablo Canyon 2 D.C. Cook 1 D.C. Cook 2 Dresden 2 Dresden 3 Duane Arnold Hatch 1 Hatch 2 Fermi 2 Fort Calhoun Grand Gulf 1 Robinson 2 Hope Creek 1 Indian Point 2 Indian Point 3 FitzPatrick Farley 1 Farley 2 Kewaunee La Salle 1 La Salle 2 Limerick 1 Limerick 2 McGuire 1 McGuire 2 Millstone 2 Millstone 3 Monticello Nine Mile Point 1 Nine Mile Point 2 North Anna 1 North Anna 2 Oconee 1 Oconee 2 Oconee 3

5000275 5000323 5000315 5000316 5000237 5000249 5000331 5000321 5000366 5000341 5000285 5000416 5000261 5000354 5000247 5000286 5000333 5000348 5000364 5000305 5000373 5000374 5000352 5000353 5000369 5000370 5000336 5000423 5000263 5000220 5000410 5000338 5000339 5000269 5000270 5000287

Avila Beach, CA (12 MI WSW of San Luis Obispo, CA) Avila Beach, CA (12 MI WSW of San Luis Obispo, CA) Bridgman, MI (13 M S of Benton Harbor, MI) Bridgman, MI (13 M S of Benton Harbor, MI) Morris, IL (25 M SW of Joliet, IL) Morris, IL (25 M SW of Joliet, IL) Palo, IA (8 MI NW of Cedar Rapids, IA) Baxley , GA (20 MI S of Vidalia, GA) Baxley , GA (20 MI S of Vidalia, GA) Newport, MI (25 MI NE of Toledo, OH) Fort Calhoun, NE (19 MI N of Omaha, NE) Port Gibson, MS (20 MI S of Vicksburg, MS) Hartsville, SC (26 MI NW of Florence, SC) Hancock Bridge, NJ (18 MI SE of Wilmington, DE) Buchanan, NY (24 MI N of New York City, NY) Buchanan, NY (24 MI N of New York City, NY) Scriba, NY (6 MI NE of Oswego, NY) Columbia, AL (18 MI S of Dothan, AL) Columbia, AL (18 MI S of Dothan, AL) Kewaunee, WI (27 MI ESE of Green Bay, WI) Marseilles, IL (11 MI SE of Ottawa, IL) Marseilles, IL (11 MI SE of Ottawa, IL) Limerick, PA (21 MI NW of Philadelphia, PA) Limerick, PA (21 MI NW of Philadelphia, PA) Huntersville, NC (17 MI N of Charlotte, NC) Huntersville, NC (17 MI N of Charlotte, NC) Waterford. CT (3.2 MI WSW of New London, CT) Waterford. CT (3.2 MI WSW of New London, CT) Monticello, MN (30 MI NW of Minneapolis, MN) Scriba, NY (6 MI NE of Oswego, NY) Scriba, NY (6 MI NE of Oswego, NY) Louisa, VA (40 MI NW of Richmond, VA) Louisa, VA (40 MI NW of Richmond, VA) Seneca, SC (30 MI W of Greenville, SC) Seneca, SC (30 MI W of Greenville, SC) Seneca, SC (30 MI W of Greenville, SC)

4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 1 1 2 2 2 2 2

Oyster Creek

5000219

Forked River, NJ (9 MI S of Toms River, NJ)

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Palisades

5000255

Covert, MI (5 MI S of South Haven, MI)

3

Palo Verde 1

5000528

Wintersburg, AZ (50 MI W of Phoenix, AZ)

4

Palo Verde 2

5000529

Wintersburg, AZ (50 MI W of Phoenix, AZ)

4

Palo Verde 3 Peach Bottom 2 Peach Bottom 3 Perry 1 Pilgrim 1 Point Beach 1 Point Beach 2

5000530 5000277 5000278 5000440 5000293 5000266 5000301

Wintersburg, AZ (50 MI W of Phoenix, AZ) Delta, PA (17.9 MI S of Lancaster, PA) Delta, PA (17.9 MI S of Lancaster, PA) Perry, OH (35 MI NE of Cleveland, OH) Plymouth, MA (38 MI SE of Boston, MA) Two Rivers, WI (13 MI NNW of Manitowoc, WI) Two Rivers, WI (13 MI NNW of Manitowoc, WI)

4 1 1 3 1 3 3

Prairie Island 1

5000282

Welch, MN (28 MI SE of Minneapolis, MN)

3

Prairie Island 2 Quad Cities 1 Quad Cities 2 River Bend 1 Ginna Saint Lucie 1 Saint Lucie 2 Salem 1 Salem 2

5000306 5000254 5000265 5000458 5000244 5000335 5000389 5000272 5000311

Welch, MN (28 MI SE of Minneapolis, MN) Cordova, IL (20 MI NE of Moline, IL) Cordova, IL (20 MI NE of Moline, IL) St. Francisville, LA (24 MI NNW of Baton Rouge, LA) Ontario, NY (20 MI NE of Rochester, NY) Jensen Beach, FL (10 MI SE of Ft. Pierce, FL) Jensen Beach, FL (10 MI SE of Ft. Pierce, FL) Hancocks Bridge, NJ (18 MI SE of Wilmington, DE) Hancocks Bridge, NJ (18 MI SE of Wilmington, DE)

3 3 3 4 1 2 2 1 1

San Onofre 2

5000361

San Clemente, CA (45 MI SE of Long Beach, CA)

4

San Onofre 3 Seabrook 1 Sequoyah 1 Sequoyah 2 Shearon Harris 1 South Texas 1 South Texas 2 Surry 1 Surry 2

5000362 5000443 5000327 5000328 5000400 5000498 5000499 5000280 5000281

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Unit 1 Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Unit 2

Susquehanna 2 Susquehanna 1

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Three Mile Island Nuclear Station, Unit 1 Turkey Point Nuclear Generating, Unit 3 Turkey Point Nuclear Generating, Unit 4 Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1 Virgil C. Summer Nuclear Station, Unit 1 Vogtle Electric Generating Plant, Unit 1 Vogtle Electric Generating Plant, Unit 2 Waterford Steam Electric Station, Unit 3 Watts Bar Nuclear Plant, Unit 1 Wolf Creek Generating Station, Unit 1

Three Mile Island 1 Turkey Point 3 Turkey Point 4 Vermont Yankee Summer Vogtle 1 Vogtle 2 Waterford 3 Watts Bar 1 Wolf Creek 1

5000289 5000250 5000251 5000271 5000395 5000424 5000425 5000382 5000390 5000482

PA) Middletown, PA (10 MI SE of Harrisburg, PA) Homestead, FL (20 MI S of Miami, FL) Homestead, FL (20 MI S of Miami, FL) Vernon, VT (5 MI S of Brattleboro, VT) Jenkinsville, SC (26 MI NW of Columbia, SC) Waynesboro, GA (26 MI SE of Augusta, GA) Waynesboro, GA (26 MI SE of Augusta, GA) Killona, LA (25 MI W of New Orleans, LA) Spring City, TN (60 MI SW of Knoxville, TN) Burlington, Coffey County, KS (28 MI SE of Emporia, KS)

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4 different reactor vendors

26 operating companies

80 different designs

65 sites

Diversity Although there are many similarities, each reactor design can be considered unique. Figure 16 shows a typical pressurized-water reactor (PWR), and Figure 17 shows a typical boiling-water reactor (BWR). Currently there are 35 BWR and 69 PWR reactor designs.

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