Sharing Information through Social Media

Social media enables the NRC to reach a broader audience and to better engage, inform and educate the public — in real-time, through multiple channels. The NRC social media platforms support the agency’s commitment to openness and transparency, and offer the public a credible and reliable source of information on the NRC’s mission, and the skilled and diverse staff members who carry it out.

For information about our social media tools, see the following topics on this page:

For the related privacy policies and security notice, see Use of Social Media.

Social Media Disclaimer

NRC Twitter Feed

The NRC Twitter Feed is a channel for announcements about news releases, meetings, and Federal Register notices, speeches, comment deadlines, reports, and other real-time snippets of information that may be retweeted by followers. twitter-logo

NRC Instagram Page

The NRC Instagram page is the latest addition to NRC’s social media program. This page offers yet another way to learn how the NRC does its job, why and – importantly – who is doing the work. The page highlights, among other things, new staff members, job opportunities, a diverse and inclusive workforce meeting the agency mission, travels by top officials and other topics.

Comment Guidelines


NRC Facebook Page

The NRC Facebook page is an active platform with almost daily postings focusing on a wide variety of agency activities, programs and actions. Posts, videos and photos all help us tell our story with room for your opinions, questions and feedback in the comment section. This platform further supports our goals of increased openness and transparency.

Comment Guidelines


NRC YouTube Channel

The NRC YouTube Channel is full of videos that provide another medium for information about the NRC’s role, mission, activities, decisions and policies. There is everything from short, job-focused videos to small segments of important Commission briefings to full-length videos of Regulatory Information Conference panels and plenaries. Feedback on videos can be sent to: youtube-image

NRC Flickr Photostream

The NRC Flickr Photostream is an easy-to-use gallery of publicly available photos and graphics about the NRC, its people and its activities. The photos illustrate what we do while the many infographics provide easy-to-understand statistics and other data about NRC business and mission. Flickr has an RSS Feed option that can notify subscribers when we upload new photos or graphics. We are also a part of the Official US Government Photostreams, a group comprised of official U.S. federal, state and local government image banks on Flickr.