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 The transition committee of the new government has been launched and one of the most important issues is the nuclear power plants and nuclear power policies. So we are currently looking at the previous records of the Nuclear Safety And Security Commission (NSASC). The Center of Freedom of Information (CFOI) has long been questioning problems. However, the NSASC, who were confident about guaranteeing the security of the nuclear power through the transparency in the disclosure of information, is still not revealing the list of the information they have. Along with the frequently happening accidents in the power plants and bribery scandal regarding their part suppliers, the NSASC was the institution that received the lowest score in the institution evaluation last year. At the end of 2012, the list of the information was requested to the NSASC and it was disclosed.

 

  While looking at the list, we found a document named “Financial Support for Universities”. Since we were curious about the document, we requested the information disclosure to the NSASC. Below is the information provided by the NSASC.



 

2011

Name of Uni.

Type

Projects Supporting Radiation Emergency Medical Center

Operation of Nation-wide Radiation Monitoring Centers

Development of Technologies on Radiation Safety

Total

 

Selection and Operation of Nation-wide Radiation Emergency Medical Centers for the fast medical response to radiation emergencies and maintenance of the national radiation emergency system

Regular monitoring of Nation-wide environmental radiation and

Securing data on background level

Development of Technologies on the Patient Dose Reduction for Radiation Remedies and Treatment

Gangneung Wonju

National

 

57,960

 

57,960

Kangwon

National

 

63,376

 

63,376

Kyungpook

National

23,500

61,564

 

85,064

Gyeongsang

National

23,500

 

 

23,500

KyungHee

Private

 

59,764

 

59,764

Kunsan

National

 

63,376

 

63,376

Dongguk

Private

21,500

 

 

21,500

Pukyong

National

 

60,668

 

60,668

Pusan

National

23,500

 

 

23,500

Seoul

National

23,500

 

 

23,500

Andong

National

 

62,472

 

62,472

Ulsan

Private

23,500

 

200,000

223,500

Chonnam

National

23,500

59,765

 

83,265

Chonbuk

National

23,500

 

 

23,500

Cheju

National

 

62,472

 

62,472

Cheongju

Private

 

59,764

 

59,764

Chungnam

National

23,500

62,473

 

85,973

Chungbuk

National

23,500

 

 

23,500

Hanyang

Private

 

62,472

 

62,472

Total


233,000

736,126

200,000

1,169,126

 

 

2012

Name of Uni.

Type

Project of Supporting Radiation Emergency Medical Center

Operation of Nation-wide Radiation Monitoring Centers

Development of Technologies on Radiation Safety

Total

 

Selection and Operation of Nation-wide Radiation Emergency Medical Centers for the fast medical response to radiation emergencies and maintenance of the national radiation emergency system

Regular monitoring of Nation-wide environmental radiation and

Securing data on background level

Development of Technologies on the Patient Dose Reduction for Radiation Remedies and Treatment

Gangneung Wonju

National

 

65,000

 

65,000

Kangwon

National

 

65,000

 

65,000

Kyungpook

National

27,000

65,000

 

92,000

Gyeongsang

National

57,000

 

 

57,000

KyungHee

Private

 

65,000

 

65,000

Gunsan

National

 

65,000

 

65,000

Dongguk

Private

25,000

 

 

25,000

Pukyong

National

 

65,000

 

65,000

Pusan

National

27,000

 

 

27,000

Seoul

National

27,000

 

 

27,000

Andong

National

 

65,000

 

65,000

Ulsan

Private

27,000

 

200,000

227,000

Chonnam

National

60,000

65,000

 

125,000

Chonbuk

National

42,000

 

 

42,000

Cheju

National

 

65,000

 

65,000

Cheongju

Private

 

65,000

 

65,000

Chungnam

National

57,000

65,000

 

122,000

Chungbuk

National

27,000

 

 

27,000

Hanyang

Private

 

65,000

 

65,000

UNIST

National

 

32,500

 

32,500

Total

 

376,000

812,500

200,000

1,388,500


  Supporting universities is allegedly a project that the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology used to engage in, even before the launch of the NSASC. This project supports radiation emergency centers, operates radiation monitoring centers, and provides financial aid for the purpose of developing technologies on the radiation safety. The NSASC supported 19 universities with 1.17 billion won grants in 2011 and 20 universities with 1.39 billion won grants in 2012. Among these 20 universities, Ulsan University was the largest beneficiary of the NSASC’s financial support, which received 220 million won for 2 years.

 

  Looking at the list of the information arouses our curiosity. We will carefully go through the every element of the disclosed information and request the information disclosure accordingly. You can find the file disclosed by the NSASC as below. Being the worst in the institution evaluation of the government ministries and endlessly occurring problems in the nuclear power industries... the NSASC is at the center of such issues. Let’s monitor the NSASC together and make the commission transparent.


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