ASN Report 2022

4. Outlook The year 2023 will be the first year of implementation of ASN’s new Multi-year Strategic Plan. In organisational terms, it will on the one hand renew the working organisation in order to take greater advantage of remote-working resources and, on the other hand, take full benefit from the cross-functionality between all the entities, in “project” formats appropriate for the situations where applicable. All the internal transformations will be part of an eco-friendly approach. With regard to skills, ASN will adapt them to the new challenges in order to reinforce the oversight of organisational and human factors, project management and the industrial capacity of the licensees and their suppliers. In budgetary and financial terms, work to consolidate the financing of both its operations and its expert assessment capacity will be continued. In terms of expert assessments, 2023 will see the start of a new mandate, with a renewed composition, for six Advisory Committees of Experts (GPDEM, GPR, GPU, GPT, GPD and GPESPN) which should be called on more extensively in the coming years, given the rise in the volume of examination work with major implications. ASN will also reinforce its use of external expert assessments, in order to meet the specific needs of the examination work scheduled for the short and medium terms. ASN Report on the state of nuclear safety and radiation protection in France in 2022 141 • 02 • The principles of nuclear safety and radiation protection and the regulation and oversight stakeholders 01 02 07 08 13 AP 04 10 06 12 14 03 09 05 11