In Brief: State and foreign government officials
State and foreign government officials: FDA final rule on intergovernmental communication in Dec. 8 Federal Register permits FDA "to receive and to disclose nonpublic safety, effectiveness or quality information concerning FDA-regulated products to state governmental officials and to receive or to disclose draft proposed rules and other nonpublic, predecisional documents concerning regulatory requirements or activities to state or foreign government officials." The rule extends a 1993 final rule concerning disclosure of confidential information to foreign governments to apply to states as well...
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