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Executive Summary

As FDA expands its Safety First initiative, CDER is seeking candidates for three positions in the center's Office of New Drugs: a supervisory medical officer, a supervisory clinical analyst and a regulatory health project manager. Both supervisory positions will serve as full deputy to the division director and provide oversight, coordination and technical medical expertise on post-marketing safety. The project manager will manage all post-marketing safety activities in an OND division. The initiative is intended to strengthen and modernize FDA's internal policies and processes to manage significant drug safety issues (1"The Pink Sheet," March 3, 2008, p. 4)

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