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INIS NSA Retirement

INISNSAVIEW is no longer being maintained as a stand-alone search product. However, users will be able to continue to get to the contents of INISNSAVIEW within OSTI.GOV through a minimal number of extra steps.

 

Shorter search path:

  1. Go to https://www.osti.gov/search/inis-nsa:true
  2. This will display all records in the NSA view.
  3. On the left of the screen, users will see some additional options to filter the resulting NSA view records.
  4. In the top area, users can click on [modify your search].
  5. [modify this search ] provides users the ability to edit the search query in the advanced search screen.

 

Figure 273018: OSTI.GOV INIS/NSA Search Results

Figure 273018: INIS NSA Retirement Image1

 

More detailed search path:

  1. Go to https://www.osti.gov
  2. Set the cursor on the down arrow in the main search box to see advanced search options.
  3. Scroll down in that box and click on
  4. Check the box at the bottom of the options list (Limit to INIS / NSA records only).
  5. While in the advanced search, users may also enter other search criteria.

 

Figure 273019: OSTI.GOV Limit to INIS/NSA records only

Figure 273019: INIS NSA Retirement Picture 2

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