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Cures Act Hiring Authority Expansion Could Help Recruitment Woes, US FDA's Sharpless Says

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Acting commissioner says greater flexibility in hiring has 'a real potential to solve some of our problems,' although only about 40-50 people have been added to date; recruitment and retention were very much on the minds of the FDA’s leadership at the recent BIO annual meeting, where center directors spoke of the long-term damage caused by the five-week partial government shutdown.

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