House FDA Funding Plan Is Below Senate Proposal
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The House would cut FDA funding next year under a bill approved by a subcommittee last week.
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Legislative leaders say they remain on track to send FDA user fee reauthorization and reform legislation for the president’s signature by the end of June following House passage of bill.
The Senate Appropriations Committee approves a $3.9 billion budget for the agency in fiscal 2013, including $319 million in federal funding for device activities.
FDA’s device appropriations from Congress would slightly decline next year under the president’s 2013 funding request, though factoring in industry user fees provides an overall budget increase.