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NPCC Reliability Directories have been developed consistent with the NPCC Bylaws which provide for the establishment of reliability criteria, guidelines and procedures.

Each Directory contains regionally specific criteria and functionally relevant Guideline – Type “B” and Procedure – Type “C” documents which have been incorporated into the document as Appendices. 

The resulting Directory is a single source reference which also provides a method to demonstrate consistency with NERC Standards.

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