Gerard Jackson joined the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in 2008. He is assigned to the Division of Physical & Cyber Security Policy in the office of Nuclear Security and Incident Response (NSIR). He is currently assigned to the Materials Security Branch, working in Transportation Security Policy. His duties include the planning, coordination, and management of the development and implementation of policies and programs for transportation security and physical protection of fissile material during all phases of transportation. He conducts technical and regulatory reviews in support of regulatory programs, transportation route approvals, rule making, and licensing. He manages and supports partnership; outreach and coordination with US Government Agencies include the Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration, Dept. of Defense, Dept. of Homeland Security, and the Dept. of State. Mr. Jackson also represents NSIR to the Commission’s Tribal Policy Working Group, supporting Tribal Policy development, implementation, and outreach for transportation issues. He also works with the International Atomic Energy Agency in developing international guidance for transportation security.
He is a Senior Member of INMM and he has served as the Treasurer of the INMM North East Chapter since May of 2015.