E. Develop, manage, and assist in the negotiations for regulatory agreements and permits.
F. Resolve or facilitate the resolution of deactivation and decommissioning issues.
G. Develop, implement, and evaluate deactivation and decommissioning strategic, baseline,
project, and program plans.
H. Promote the sharing of information and technology.
Conduct site-specific technology implementation evaluations.
Evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of contractor deactivation and decommissioning
programs to ensure program compliance with Department Orders, standards, guides; Federal
regulations, statutes, codes; and applicable state and/or local regulations.
Position-specific duties and responsibilities for deactivation and decommissioning personnel are
contained in their Office/Facility-Specific Qualification Standard or Position Description.
BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE
The U. S. Office of Personnel Management's Qualification Standards Handbook establishes
minimum education, training, experience, or other relevant requirements applicable to a particular
occupational series/grade level, as well as alternatives to meeting specified requirements.
The preferred education and experience for deactivation and decommissioning personnel is:
Bachelor of Science degree in engineering or a related discipline; or meeting the
alternative requirements specified for engineers or scientists in the Qualifications
Industrial, military, Federal, State or other directly related background that has provided
specialized experience in decommissioning. Specialized experience can be demonstrated
through possession of the competencies outlined in this Standard.