Crawford to head new office
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA Deputy Commissioner Lester Crawford, PhD, will streamline agency's counterterrorism efforts as head of Office of Crisis Management. New office "will serve as FDA's focal point for coordinating emergency and crisis response activities, counterterrorism activities, interagency and intra-agency coordination of emergency and crisis planning and management," he notes in agency-wide memo. Offices of emergency operations, counterterrorism and security operations, policy and planning will report to Crawford under initiative, which became effective Oct. 11. Crawford, who will remain FDA deputy commissioner, ends an eight-month tenure as acting commissioner...
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