NSRB

AcronymDefinition
NSRBNational Security Resources Board
NSRBNationalsozialistischer Rechtswahrerbund (German: National Socialist Lawyer's Association)
NSRBNuclear Safety Review Board
NSRBNew Scofield Reference Bible
NSRBNebraska State Records Board
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Enec established the NSRB in July to provide a review of the safety and effectiveness of the construction, start-up and operations of the Enec programme, with a core emphasis on nuclear safety.
The NSRB also contributed to the review of Enec's Construction Licences Application for the proposed Braka Nuclear Power Plants, which has been submitted to the UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation.
The NSRB was created with the passage of the Security Act of 1947.
Eberstadt's response to this question covered the military establishment, where he favored three separate departments and the continuation of the JCS, as well as the civilian sphere, where he suggested the formation of two new major bodies "to coordinate all these [civilian and military] elements." These two bodies he called the National Security Council (NSC), composed of the President, the Secretaries of State and of the three military departments, the JCS "in attendance," and the chairman of the other new body, the National Security Resources Board (NSRB).
First they were handled by the Army, then by the Office of Civil Defense Planning in the Department of Defense, and then by the National Security Resources Board (NSRB), which was established by the National Security Act of 1947.9 Reorganization Plan No.
FCDA was to take on certain activities previously performed by NSRB.