FDA Office of Regulatory Affairs Makeover Blends Domestic, International Work
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The reorganized ORA has eight new offices to better handle new legislative authorities and globalization of its regulated products; FDA expects to increase partnerships with other government officials and foreign entities.
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