FDA regulations clearance
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryIn a March 29 memo, HHS Secretary Shalala informs Office of Management and Budget Director Leon Panetta that she has "reviewed and approved for publication in the Federal Register" FDA regulations that have been on hold. In January, Panetta put a hold on pending federal regs until Clinton Administration officials could review them. Among approximately 30 FDA regs on hold was the medical device tracking clarification rule ("The Gray Sheet" Feb. 1, I&W-9).
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