White House Wants All User Fees Open To FDA Despite Sequester
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Although 2013 user fee levels are set, the budget sequester restricts FDA from spending beyond the level approved for its 2012 appropriation. “We would not be able to undertake program activities that have already been specifically designated and paid for with user fees,” FDA says.
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