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2009-08-21

Regulatory Roundup: FDA Reorganizes the Office of the Commissioner, more....

The US Food and Drug Administration is reorganizing the Office of the Commissioner (OC), according to an Aug. 18 Federal Register announcement. Being realigned are four Deputy-level offices: the Office of the Chief Scientist; the Office of Administration (formerly titled the Office of Operations); the Office of Foods; and the Office of Policy, Planning and Budget (formerly titled the Office of Policy, Planning and Preparedness).

 

FDA also announced in the Aug. 18 Federal Register an extension of the public period for its transparency initiative. FDA’s Transparency Task Force is looking for industry’s feedback on ways it can be more open about agency activities and expectations.

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