As Expected, FDA Misses Fourth Consecutive Deadline For Releasing Draft QSR
The US FDA’s internal deadline of October 2020 for putting out a draft of its retooled Quality System Regulation is the fourth it failed to meet. The agency has been harmonizing its decades-old QSR with ISO 13485:2016 for more than two years.
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It’s yet another internal deadline missed by the US agency in publishing a draft of its overhauled Quality System Regulation, which is being harmonized with international quality systems standard ISO 13485.
The US FDA’s Elizabeth Miller says the agency won’t release a draft of its revised Quality System Regulation until sometime next year. The FDA has been harmonizing its QSR with international quality systems standard ISO 13485:2016 since 2018.
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