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Client Story: Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Kaptivate Partners with NRC to Align the Competency Model Program to Broader Human Capital Strategies

Project Highlights

Talent Acquisition & Succession Planning 

Culture & Change Management

Staff Composition 

Benchmarking & Continuous Improvement

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"At Kaptivate I enjoy being able to apply my skills and enact positive change in the workplace."
Sebastian Murcia, Business Analyst

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has awarded Kaptivate a 4.5 year contract to continue developing a broad Competency Model (CM) Program for the agency. After a six month assessment of the existing CM program involving stakeholder interviews and data analysis, Kaptivate will continue its work and begin implementing a series of its recommendations.

In 1974, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) emerged as an autonomous entity following its establishment by Congress. Its primary mandate involves safeguarding the secure utilization of radioactive substances for advantageous civilian objectives, all the while upholding the welfare of individuals and the surroundings. The NRC assumes the responsibility of overseeing commercial nuclear power facilities as well as various applications of nuclear materials, including their usage in fields like nuclear medicine. This oversight is executed through a framework of licensing, rigorous inspections, and the enforcement of stipulated regulations.

The NRC has built a comprehensive Competency Model (CM) Program to identify the strengths and weaknesses of individual staff, and the overall workforce, in skill areas or behaviors. Kaptivate partnered with NRC to align the CM program to broader human capital strategies to ensure the program contributed to organizational relevance and resilience.

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