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Performance indicator The term 'Performance indicator' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' A quantitative measure of a particular attribute of licensee performance that shows how well a plant is performing when measured against established thresholds. Licensees submit their data quarterly; the NRC regularly conducts inspections to verify the submittals and then uses its own inspection data plus the licensees' submittals to assess each plant's performance. For additional detail, see Assessment of Performance, What is a performance indicator? and Reactor Performance Assessment Basics. '.
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