FDA Employees Not Required To Agree On Approvals - Union Contract
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA employees in a "concurrence chain" are no longer required to concur with a product approval document with which he or she professionally disagrees, according to the ratified contract of the FDA chapters of the National Treasury Employees Union.
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