Richard S. Goorevich is a Senior Policy Advisor for Nuclear Fuel-Cycle and Regulatory Issues the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Agency. He is responsible for providing policy and technical guidance to the USG on international nuclear affairs, nuclear safeguards, nuclear and WMD Dual-Use export control policies, and international physical protection requirements. He frequently serves as a negotiator for US agreements for nuclear cooperation and has served as a delegate to the IAEA General Conference and the NPT Review Conference.
Mr. Goorevich is the current Chairman of the Nuclear Suppliers Group Consultative Group and is a member of the USG's delegation to the NPT Exporter's Committee. His office is also responsible for the issuing of US export authorizations for nuclear assistance, commonly referred to as "810 authorizations".
Prior to joining the Office of International Regimes and Agreements, Mr. Goorevich spent two years working in the Department of Energy's New Production Reactor Program.
Mr. Goorevich received his B.A. in History from Miami University in 1988, and his M.A. in History from the University of Buffalo in 1990.