Percentage of administrative ANADAs (ANADAs submitted after all scientific decisions have been made in the JINAD process) completed on time
Dictionary: A generic new animal drug is a copy of an approved new animal drug for which patents or other periods of exclusivity are near expiration. In order for a generic animal drug to be marketed in the United States, it must be the subject of an approved ANADA. Administrative ANADAs are submitted after all scientific decisions have been made in the JINAD process.
Note: October 1, 2008 is the effective date of the AGDUFA.
Information is current as of May 31, 2013.
Fiscal Year - 2013
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- This metric is also an Animal Generic Drug User Fee Program performance goal. In the yearly performance report to Congress, performance is reported for a defined fiscal year receipt cohort. The methodology for reporting by fiscal year receipt cohort calculates performance statistics for submissions for the fiscal year FDA received them, regardless of when FDA ultimately acted on or approved the submissions. The data reported here is the measurement of the number of applications reviewed in a given month regardless of the cohort year.
Number of administrative ANADAs completed on time
Fiscal Year - 2013
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FY 2013 YTD: 1
Generic Investigational New Animal Drug
Animal Generic Drug User Fee Act
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