Percent of Class 1 Recall final press releases approved by OE for posting to the FDA.gov website within 24 hours of receipt
Dictionary: There are many offices involved in the process of posting a firm’s Class 1 recall press release on FDA.gov. A final press release is received by the District and sent to OE for approval and posting. Once OE receives the final press release from the District, it is reviewed by OE and sent to ORA web team for formatting. The formatted version is sent back to OE for approval. Once approved, the ORA web team is notified by OE and posts the press release to FDA.gov. OE will measure the time from OE’s receipt of the final draft from the District until OE notifies the ORA web team of the approval for posting with the goal of 100% completed within 24 hours. The actual posting of the release to the website is not in OE’s control and may be affected by IT issues and therefore will not be included in this timeframe. OE’s goal is to ensure it meets its responsibilities in a timely manner. OE will document the reason(s) for any press releases received and not approved for posting within 24 hours and will take corrective action as needed.
Information is current as of February 12, 2013.
Fiscal Year - 2012
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