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FDA's consolidated campus plan

Executive Summary

Agency has "made a lot of progress in discussions with GSA and OMB, but we haven't reached any final decisions yet" on what type of proposal the Administration will support for the overall campus project, Commissioner Kessler says following a July 13 press roundtable. Noting that the overall project could cost about $1.3 bil., Kessler suggests that determining the scope of the entire project would provide for more intelligent use of the $200 mil. appropriated for the project in FY 1993. A recent interagency report called for replacing antiquated FDA labs, but did not mention a plan for consolidation ("The Pink Sheet" June 8, In Brief). Members of Congress have called for the Administration to submit a plan for the entire project including how it will spend the $200 mil. ("The Pink Sheet" June 15, T&G-10).

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