The NRC is currently reviewing the effects of transferring a license to Wyoming if there is a programmatic agreement or memorandum on the site. How many states are currently in the state agreement program? The State of Wyoming will take control of all current licenses containing radioactive material covered by its agreement. The NRC would retain regulatory power over the other 100 state licensees who are not related to the uranium mill. NRC supports States that express interest in establishing nrc regulatory authority adoption programs in accordance with the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 as amended. Section 274 of the Act provides a legal basis in which NRC hands over part of its regulatory authority to states in order to grant and regulate by-products (radioisotope); raw materials (uranium and thorium); and certain quantities of special nuclear material. The mechanism for deleging nrc powers to a state is an agreement signed by the state governor and the chairperson of the Commission in accordance with section 274 ter of the Act. What will happen to license applications that have been challenged before the Atomic Safety Licensing Board (ASLB) and have not been concluded when the Wyoming agreement comes into effect? NRK`s assistance to States concluding agreements includes the consideration of requests for or amendments to existing 274b agreements, meetings with States for the discussion and settlement of NRC review comments, and recommendations for Commission approval of proposed 274b agreements. in addition, NRC organizes training and workshops; Assesses technical issues of authorization and inspection of States Parties; Evaluates changes to the state rule; Participates in the activities conducted by directors of radiation control programs, Inc.; and provides for early and substantial involvement of states in the enforcement of NRC rules and other regulatory efforts. The NRC also coordinates with States Parties the notification of information on events and responses to allegations that have been notified to the NRC with the participation of States Parties. States Parties have concluded agreements with NNCs giving them the authority to grant and inspect special nuclear by-products, sources or materials used or possessed within their borders. . .