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FDA proposes more transparency of enforcement data
Monday - 10/3/2011, 2:09pm EDT
Federal News Radio
The Food and Drug Administration wants the public to comment on eight draft proposals aimed at making the agency's enforcement data more "accessible and user-friendly," according to a release.
A Oct. 3 report by FDA outlines the proposals, including:
- Providing new technologies to investigators to increase the data quality and cut down on the time it takes to disclose the data.
- Using visualization tools to present the data.
- Investigating more specific search criteria.
- Using social media to communicate FDA's compliance and enforcement efforts.
The public can provide comments here. FDA will decide by Jan. 31, 2012, whether or not to adopt these proposals.