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        University of Utah Nuclear Engineering Program Selects DevonWay to Promote Corrective Action Training

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        DevonWay provides corrective action software and training to nuclear engineering students

        SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DevonWay, Inc., the leading supplier of continuous improvement software and services to the utility industry, and the University of Utah Nuclear Engineering Program announce that DevonWay is providing nuclear engineering students with next-generation software and training in Corrective Action processes.

        DevonWay is working with the Nuclear Engineering Program to implement its Track & Trace general action tracking solution. DevonWay is also providing students with an overview of the Corrective Action processes as implemented in several high-performing nuclear generating stations. Students will use DevonWay’s nuclear-grade ActionWay product to role-play the process of initiating, reviewing, and processing corrective actions at the University of Utah’s nuclear engineering facilities.

        “We are thrilled that our nuclear engineering students will receive hands-on experience developing a Corrective Action process and the software to support it,” said Tatjana Jevremovic, Ph.D., EnergySolutions Presidential Endowed Chair Professor in Nuclear Engineering and Director of the University of Utah Nuclear Engineering Program. “Corrective Action is central to a strong nuclear safety culture and an essential part of nuclear engineering education as we prepare a new generation of nuclear engineers. To the best of my knowledge, we are the only educational program in the country (and the world) that is taking this significant step of training our students in the rigors of nuclear safety culture.”

        “We are pleased to partner with the University of Utah’s Nuclear Engineering Program in reaching a new standard of excellence in implementing, for the first time, a Corrective Action Program at the university,” said Bob Felton, DevonWay CEO and Chairman. “We look forward to working with their students, many of whom will become leaders in the nuclear industry.”

        About DevonWay, Inc.

        The leader in enterprise-class, hosted solutions for the nuclear industry, DevonWay supplies innovative software solutions for Continuous Improvement (CI) and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) for all utilities. DevonWay provides the fastest path to regulatory compliance, new efficiencies that reduce operating costs, and safer operations with increased asset optimization. Used by over 50% of U.S. commercial nuclear power plants, DevonWay’s applications are highly configurable, easy to use, quick to deploy, and built to interoperate with popular enterprise systems of record.

        Headquartered in San Francisco, DevonWay has solution centers in Portland and Salt Lake City, with regional support offices in Charlotte, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Austin, Minneapolis, and Phoenix. For more information, visit

        About the University of Utah Nuclear Engineering Program (UNEP)

        The Utah Nuclear Engineering Program (UNEP) follows the University of Utah’s mission to provide excellence and equal opportunity in the areas of education, research, and public service. The UNEP is nested within the and fully supported by the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the College of Engineering at the University, but maintains its own administrative office where UNEP admissions, graduate student records, and other program business is processed. The UNEP is an independent program that draws students from a wide variety of academic backgrounds, and utilizes the resources and expertise of engineering faculty from various engineering and science areas to meet the academic and research needs of Nuclear Engineering Graduate Students. The University of Utah’s Research & Test reactor is one of 33 in the country.

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