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We Want Your Feedback: Public Comment Period Ends Next Week (Feature Topic: Inspections)

On May 19, the Transparency Task Force released 21 draft proposals about information FDA should consider making available to the public. (see previous blog post). The time to provide the Task Force with your feedback on these draft proposals ends next Tuesday, July 20.

 

Over the next week, we will feature some of the draft proposals on this Blog in order to get your feedback.  The first topic being featured for your input is FDA inspections

 

· The Task Force proposes to disclose certain information about the inspections it conducts.  Click here to comment on and rate the proposal.  You can read the draft proposal, FDA's reason for the proposal, and other comments submitted so far.

· The Task Force proposes to share with the public information about common inspection problems.  Click here to comment on and rate the proposal.  You can read the draft proposal, FDA's reason for the proposal, and other comments submitted so far.

 

The Task Force is asking for your feedback on  the content of the draft proposal and on which proposal(s) should be given priority.

 

The entire report is available on the FDA Web site.  Visit the web site, read the report, and comment there about any of the 21 draft proposals.  You can also submit a comment here.

 

We look forward to your input.

 

Afia Asamoah

Transparency Initiative Coordinator

  1. regcure
    July 14, 2010 at 8:44 am

    I would say that you should make everything as transparent as possible

  2. art paintings
    July 20, 2010 at 3:23 am

    That’s great! Public opinion is always important.

  3. Austin Cushing
    July 27, 2010 at 11:56 am

    I believe it’s important to maintain transparency in government, as long as care is taken to maintain that transparency from both sides – replacing a wall with a window does no good if outside interests are allowed to paint over the window. That said, I’m glad to see that the FDA is inviting commentary from the public at large before making their decision.

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    Yeah,you are right,the transparency of government is very important,and I think the FDA should invite commentary from the public a large before makeing decision.

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