Category Archives: Drugs

We Learned 5 Things from 2014 FDA and EU GMP Drug Enforcement Actions

2014 proved to be another busy year for the FDA.  We asked Barbara Unger, President of Unger Consulting and Editor-in-Chief of GMP Regulatory Intelligence, to summarize her key take-aways from the enforcement actions of the FDA and EU in 2014. Here’s Barbara: Continue reading

4 Trends About GMP Inspection Readiness and FDA Data Intelligence

I hope you read our recent post about the backstory of our company, FDAzilla. We’ve come a long way in 5 years. As we plan for the next 5 years, we’ve been preparing for our annual executive team meeting in April.  As such, our team researches and synthesizes the most important trends to which we must respond and adapt. Continue reading

What FDA enforcement trends do you see in your industry?

Barbara UngerThis week, I got a chance to ask our new editor-in-chief of GMP Regulatory Intelligence a few questions. Her responses were so thorough and insightful that we decided to publish her responses in as a series. Today is part I, where we asked her: “What FDA enforcement trends do you see in your industry?” Continue reading

Is the FDA ORA reading room bookmarked on your browser? Get GMP Regulatory Intelligence

 

  • Is part of your job to prep your company for FDA inspections?
  • Do you spend part of your week culling through various FDA, EMA, ICH, PIC/S and EMA-related websites tracking down changes in regulations, guidelines, and concept papers?
  • Is the FDA ORA reading room bookmarked on your browser?

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How Does the Government Shutdown Impact FDA Inspections?

Half Open, Half Closed

The government is still shut down, though the FDA is still about half-open.  The question is: which half?

The government shutdown is now on day 9, with no end in sight. Based purely on our 483 sales data in the last 9 days compared to September data, we’re seeing a significant drop. It makes sense that FDA inspections have either slowed down significantly or stopped completely. It was reported earlier this week that 45% of the entire staff would be off. Continue reading