This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
When Pfizer's Gerry Migliaccio told the recent PDA/FDA Pharmaceutical Supply Chain workshop that "Quality should not have to give the final approval of discontinuation" when a pharmaceutical company is considering dropping a substandard supplier, he was saying that other organizations, such as procurement or operations, should be willing to step up and make that decision themselves. Due to a transcription error in the June 2010 issue, this statement could be misconstrued to mean other organizations should be allowed to overrule the quality department
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