In January 2011 the FDA launched a new website, “to help companies and others save time and resources in their interactions with the agency.” The new website is available at http://www.fda.gov/ForIndustry/FDABasicsforIndustry/default.htm
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today introduced a new Web resource called FDA Basics for Industry to help companies and others save time and resources in their interactions with the agency. The website includes basic information about the regulatory process, including information that industry frequently requests.
The website is part of the transparency initiative and is one of the 19 action items listed in the FDA’s report titled “FDA Transparency Initiative: Improving Transparency to Regulated Industry.”
The menu bar, at the left of the opening page has the following selections:
Registration and Listing
Product Application and Petition Review Process
Frequently Asked Questions