At US FDA, Adding ‘Effective’ Staff For Overhauled OTC Monograph Program ‘Really Takes Time’
CDER’s Office of Nonprescription Drugs is “hitting the deck running’” hiring and training staff following passage of OTC monograph reform with user fees to support adding staff and a reshuffling earlier in 2020, says Peter Stein, Office of New Drugs director.
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US FDA OTC Monograph User Fees Increase For FY2022 With Fewer Facilities Required To Pay
OMORs to FDA also will cost more under the FY2022 OMUFA rates published in Federal Register notice, which sets total facility registration fees at nearly $23.9, up from nearly $23.3m for FY2021.
US OTC Monograph FY2022 Facility Fees Deadline In June At Amount TBD
Firms making OTC monograph drugs won’t have to pay facility fees twice during FY2021, says Theresa Michele, FDA Office of Nonprescription Drugs director.