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User Fee Management System Part Of CDER Plans To Enhance IT Capabilities

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The need to assimilate biosimilar and generic drug user fee programs and a quest for greater efficiency are major drivers of the center’s proposed $88.9 million spending plan on information technology systems in fiscal year 2014.

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