Both the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978 and the Atomic Energy Act are cited by the experts as statutory basis of the NRC's responsibility to assess proliferation risks.
What does NNPA stand for?
NNPA stands for Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978
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We have 14 other meanings of NNPA in our Acronym Attic
- Non-Newtonian Propulsion (physics)
- Norman Network Protection (data security)
- Northwest Natural Products (Vancouver, WA)
- Northwest Novelty Products (founded in 1998, sells advertising specialties and promotional products)
- Nyika National Park (Malawi)
- National Newspaper Promotion Association
- National Newspaper Publishers Association
- National Nutrition Plan of Action (Sri Lanka)
- Net Non-Performing Assets
- Northumberland National Park Authority (UK)
- National Non-Admitted Patient Collection (New Zealand)
- Neural Network Parallel Adaptive Controller (computer engineering)
- Newport News Public Art Foundation (Newport News, VA)
- Narrow Neck Press and Blow (glassmaking technique)
- Neighborhood Network in Palliative Care (India)
- Nigerian National Petroleum Company
- Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
- Nordic Network in Preventive Cardiology (est. 1996)
- Neural Network for Psychological Criminal Profiling (Italian project)
- North Norfolk Primary Care Trust (UK)
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The US Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978, enacted largely in response to India's 1974 detonation of a nuclear device, prohibits transfers of nuclear materials to a non-nuclear weapon state that detonates a nuclear device.