ISL supports the NRC’s Radiation Protection Code Analysis and Maintenance Program (RAMP).  RAMP is a program for training, developing, maintaining, and distributing the NRC’s radiation protection, dose assessment, and emergency response computer codes.  ISL provides technical support needed for the planning, development, upgrading, documentation, and maintenance of the analytical code used in the SNAP/RADTRAD computer code – the industry standard tool for calculating radiation doses for postulated reactor accidents.  This includes providing knowledge transfer through presentations and training for the SNAP/RADTRAD user community as part of the RAMP User Group meetings.  RAMP meetings are held twice per year: one international meeting in the spring and one domestic meeting in the fall (held in the Washington D.C. area).