NERC submits its 2017-2019 Reliability Standards Development Plan.
NERC submits an informational filing plan to address a FERC directive in Order No. 829 directing NERC to submit a new or modified Reliability Standard addressing supply chain risk management for industrial control system hardware, software, and computing and networking services associated with bulk electric system operations within one year of the effective date of the order, September 27, 2017.
NERC submits a petition requesting approval to the following parts of the Rules of Procedure (ROP): (i) Section 400 - Compliance Enforcement; (ii) Appendix 2 - Definitions Used in the Rules of Procedure; and (iii) Appendic 4c - Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Program.
NERC submits a petition for approval a proposed interpretation of Reliability Standard CIP-002-5.1-Cyber Security-BES Cyber System Categorization.
NERC submits comments in response to Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) to approve its petition on April 20, 2016, as supplemented on June 14, 2016, for two proposed Reliability Standards (BAL-005-1 - Balancing Authority Control and FAC-001-3 - Facility Interconnection Requirements), including three related definitions and the retirement of Reliability Standard (BAL-006-2 - Inadvertent Interchange (with one requirement proposed for consolidation with BAL-005-1)).
NERC submits a supplement to the March 23, 2016 joint petition filed with the Commission requesting approval of the retirement of the Western Electricity Coordinating Council (WECC) regional Reliability Standard TOP-007-WECC-1a-System Operating Limits.
NERC submits its Annual Report on the Find, Fix, Track and Report and Compliance Exception Program.
NERC submits an unaudited report of NERC's budget-to-actual variance information for the third quarter of 2016. This compliance filing is in accordance with the January 16, 2013 Order, which approved a Settlement Agreement between the FERC Office of Enforcement and NERC, related to findings and recommendations arising out of its 2012 performance audit of NERC.
NERC submits a petition for approval of the revised Florida Reliability Coordinating Council, Inc. (FRCC) regional Reliability Standards Development Process Manual (SDPM).
NERC submits a petition for approval for the retirement of Reliability Standard BAL-004-0 - Time Error Correction.
NERC submits a joint petition with the Western Electricity Coordinating Council for approval of proposed interpretation of regional Reliability Standard BAL-002-WECC-2a.
NERC submits proposed revisions to the Violation Risk Factors ("VRFs") for Requirement R1 of Reliability Standard IRO-018-1 (Reliability Coordinator Real-time Reliability Monitoring and Analysis Capabilities) and Requirement R1 and R2 of Reliability Standard TOP-010-1 (Real-time Reliability Monitoring and Analysis Capabilities).
NERC submits its 2016 Frequency Response Annual Analysis report for the administration and support of Reliability Standard BAL-003-1.1 (Frequency Response and Frequency Bias Setting).
NERC and WECC submits an informational filing in response to a FERC directive in Order No. 789.
NERC submits a petition for approval of an amendment to the Western Electricity Coordinating Council (WECC) bylaws.
NERC submits the 2016 Annual Report on Wide-Area Analysis of Technical Feasibility Exceptions (TFEs) in compliance with Paragraphs 220 and 221 of FERC Order No. 706, FERC’s January 21, 2010 Order Approving TFE Procedures and Ordering Compliance Filing, September 3, 2013 Order Approving Revisions, and Appendix 4D of the NERC Rules of Procedure.
NERC submits comments in response to the Commission's notice of inquiry seeking comment on possible modifications to the Critical Infrastructure Protection Reliability Standards regarding the cybersecurity of Control Centers used to monitor and control the bulk electric in real time.
NERC submits a petition for approval of Reliability Standards PRC-027-1 (Coordination of Protection Systems for Performance During Faults), PER-006-1 (Specific Training for Personnel) and Retirement of PRC-001-1.1(ii) (System Protection Coordination).
NERC submits its request for acceptance of NERC's 2017 Business Plan and Budget Filing and the 2017 Business Plans and Budgets of the Regional Entities and for the approval of proposed assessments to fund budgets.
NERC submits comments in response to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) proposing to revise regulations by implementing provisions of the FAST Act that require the designation, protection and sharing of CEII.
NERC submits a petition requesting approval to incorporate Frequency Response Sharing Group and Regulation Reserve Sharing Group to the following parts of the NERC Rules of Procedure (ROP): (i) Appendix 2 - Definitions Used in the Rules of Procedure; (ii) Appendix 5A - Organization Registration and Certification Manual; and (iii) Appendix 5B - Statement of Compliance Registry Criteria.
NERC submits a petition for approval of proposed Reliability Standard COM-001-3 (Communications).
NERC submits a petition for approval of Reliability Standard PRC-0012-2 (Remedial Action Schemes).
NERC submits comments in response to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) proposing to approve Reliability Standard BAL-002-2 (Disturbance Control Standard – Contingency Reserve for Recovery from a Balancing Contingency Event).
NERC submits a supplemental informational filing on proposed Reliability Standard TPL-007-1 (Transmission System Planned Performance for Geomagnetic Disturbance Events).
NERC submits a closure notice on the 2015 annual Find, Fix, Track and Report (FFT) and Compliance Exception (CE) sampling.
NERC submits a filing to correct Attachment 1 of the report filed on May 31, 2016 that provided comparisons of actual to budgeted costs for the year 2015 for NERC and the eight Regional Entities.
NERC submits a supplemental informational filing to its April 20, 2016 petition filed April 20, 2016. The supplemental informational filing provides additional information supporting the proposed retirement of Requirement R15 of Reliability Standard BAL-005-0.2b.
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