US FDA’s In-Person Foreign Inspections Remain On House Appropriators’ Minds
The House Appropriations Committee also does not want the agency to become too dependent on alternative inspection tools.
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CDER would receive $17m less in Senate appropriations bill compared to House veion, while CFSAN's total would be nearly $10m less. Overall, Senate bill includes around $50.4m less in funding for FDA than House bill.
CDER would lose the most money in the Senate appropriations bill compared to the House version, while CBER would see an increase.