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User Fees Hiked In FY ’04: Fewer Submissions, Bundling Cited As Factors

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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PMA submission trends over the next 12 months will help determine whether device user fees in fiscal 2005 continue to rise at the FY 2004 rate

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