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Number of cargo thefts resulting in public notifications in the month and notifications posted on OCI website within 24 hours

Dictionary: Data captured for this measure is obtained by reported suspected criminal activity through FDA/OCI cargo theft website . FDA is committed to securing the nation's pharmaceutical supply chain from the threat of stolen, counterfeit, and diverted prescription drug products. Stolen drug products may put American consumers at risk because they may not have been stored or handled properly while out of the normal, secure drug supply chain. Stolen drug products may enter the secure drug supply chain as a result of illicit transactions by unscrupulous individuals and pharmaceutical wholesalers operating in an unregulated sub-market where illicitly obtained drug products are bought and sold. FDA reminds healthcare professionals, pharmacies, and wholesalers that they are valuable partners in securing the drug supply chain. The receipt of suspicious or unsolicited offers from unknown suppliers should be questioned and extra caution should be undertaken when considering such offers. Click on this link to learn more about cargo theft. Click here to report suspected criminal activity to FDA's Office of Criminal Investigations.

Fiscal Year - 2011

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TimeTargetNumber
Oct 2010N/A1
Nov 2010N/A3
Dec 2010N/A0
Jan 2011N/A2
Feb 2011N/A0
Mar 2011N/A1
Apr 2011N/A0
May 2011N/A2
Jun 2011N/A1
Jul 2011N/A0
Aug 2011N/A1
Sep 2011N/A1

FY 2011 Overall: 12

Number of public notifications posted on OCI website within 24 hours of receiving the approved version of the public notification in the month

Dictionary: Data captured for this measure is obtained by reported suspected criminal activity through FDA/OCI cargo theft website . FDA is committed to securing the nation's pharmaceutical supply chain from the threat of stolen, counterfeit, and diverted prescription drug products. Stolen drug products may put American consumers at risk because they may not have been stored or handled properly while out of the normal, secure drug supply chain. Stolen drug products may enter the secure drug supply chain as a result of illicit transactions by unscrupulous individuals and pharmaceutical wholesalers operating in an unregulated sub-market where illicitly obtained drug products are bought and sold. FDA reminds healthcare professionals, pharmacies, and wholesalers that they are valuable partners in securing the drug supply chain. The receipt of suspicious or unsolicited offers from unknown suppliers should be questioned and extra caution should be undertaken when considering such offers. Click on this link to learn more about cargo theft. Click here to report suspected criminal activity to FDA's Office of Criminal Investigations.

Fiscal Year - 2011

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TimeTargetNumber
Oct 2010N/A2
Nov 2010N/A3
Dec 2010N/A0
Jan 2011N/A2
Feb 2011N/A1
Mar 2011N/A1
Apr 2011N/A0
May 2011N/A2
Jun 2011N/A1
Jul 2011N/A0
Aug 2011N/A1
Sep 2011N/A1

FY 2011 Overall: 14

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Note: The data provided on this website is produced on an ongoing basis for performance management purposes and is subject to change due to updates of preliminary estimates, corrections, or other reasons. In addition, FDA may change the type or amount of data provided on this website at any time. Information marked as "Completed" may include measures and/or key projects for which activities are ongoing but no longer tracked as part of FDA-TRACK.