How FDA Says Its KASA Plan Will Streamline Quality Reviews
FDA officials described some of the work being done to advance its KASA initiative, under development to make it easier for reviewers to evaluate, and for applicants to submit, quality information in applications. They compared KASA, with its pre-populated data and drop-down menus, to tax return software.
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