MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE TAIPEI ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES AND THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE IN TAIWAN ON THE REIMBURSEMENT OF NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION (NRC) TRAVEL EXPENSES-1

Terms and ConditionsPurpose. The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) through itsDesignated Representative, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission(NRC), will participate in two workshops sponsored by the AtomicEnergy Council (AEC), the Designated Representative of theTaipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the UnitedStates (TECRO). This Memorandum of Agreement provides for thereimbursement by TECRO’s Designated Representative, the AEC, ofthe travel expenses of employees of AIT’s DesignatedRepresentative, the NRC, to participate in these workshopsentitled “National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 805Standard Workshop," and “Digital Instrument and Controls(Digital I&C) Workshop."Scope. AIT’s Designated Representative, the NRC, will conduct aworkshop on U.S. regulations and issues associated with NFPA 805and Digital I&C. TECRO’s Designated Representative, the AEC,will share its experience evaluating these regulations andissues in the territory of the authorities represented by TECRO.Conclusion summaries and reports will be presented at the nextAIT-TECRO Technical Meeting in Washington, DC in the fall of2010.Benefit to TECRO’s and AIT’s Designated Representatives. TECRO’sDesignated Representative, AEC, and AIT’s DesignatedRepresentative, the NRC, respectively, will benefit by partakingin additional technical discussion on the safety regulations andimplications of applying NFPA 805 to the existing fleet anddigital I&C to new construction in the territory of theauthorities represented by TECRO. In addition, these exchangesfacilitate a fruitful relationship that is beneficial tomaintain.Resource Commitments. AIT’s Designated Representative, the NRC,will prepare presentation material using resources alreadyallocated to support the Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulations’international activities. TECRO’s and AIT’s DesignatedRepresentatives, the AEC and the NRC, respectively, will jointlyagree in writing on the specific goals and agendas of eachworkshop prior to the planned events.Travelers from AIT’s Designated Representative, the NRC. 4travelers from NRR, two per workshopDates. 2010Location: Taipei, TaiwanEvent: TECRO-AIT WorkshopsReimbursement Procedure. AIT will provide TECRO with an invoicefrom actual travel and transportation expenses incurred as partof this trip. The invoice will be supported with documentationof travel expenses incurred in accordance with NRC travelpolicies and procedures, which are consistent with the FederalTravel Regulations. AIT shall provide the evidentiary receiptsand payment vouchers, such as airline ticket receipts. TECROshall pay AIT for the evident costs associated with the workshopwithin one month after receiving these documented costs fromAlT. AIT will transfer to its Designated Representative, theNRC, funds received from TECRO for the above noted workshops.Estimated Travel and Transportation Expenses. $48,000 isestimated for both workshops, $12,000 per traveler, perworkshop. This amount is to cover the cost of business classround trip airfare and per diem for each traveler.Entry Into Force. These terms and conditions will take effect onthe last date of signature of TECRO and AIT, hereinafterreferred to as “the Parties", and will remain in effect for2010, and may be terminated by either Party at any time,provided that a six month written notice is given to the otherParty. A termination will not affect the validity or duration ofactivities prescribed hereunder and initiated prior to suchtermination, unless the Parties otherwise mutually determine.In witness whereof the undersigned have been duly authorized,and the Parties have signed this Memorandum of Agreement.FOR THE TAIPEI ECONOMIC AND FOR THE AMERICAN INSTITUTECULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN TAIWANIN THE UNITED STATETaTung Chang Barbara J. SchrageDeputy Representative Managing DirectorMay 10, 2010 March 8, 2010

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