HHS Policy Move Means FDA Must Publish More Documentation To Support Rulemaking Decisions
Secretary Azar wants an “informed public comment process”
To be more transparent and allow more public discourse, the HHS now requires all its agencies to publish documents it uses to rationalize proposed rules and demonstration projects.
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