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Number of foreign inspections completed in the month resulting in an initial classification of No Action Indicated (NAI)

Measure was implemented starting January 1, 2010

Dictionary: The number of foreign inspections where no objectionable conditions or practices were found during the inspection (or the significance of the documented objectionable conditions found does not justify further FDA action).

Fiscal Year - 2010

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Measure was implemented starting January 1, 2010

TimeTargetNumber of Inspections Resulting in NAI
Oct 2009N/AN/A
Nov 2009N/AN/A
Dec 2009N/AN/A
Jan 2010N/A7
Feb 2010N/A16
Mar 2010N/A12
Apr 2010N/A11
May 2010N/A23
Jun 2010N/A13
Jul 2010N/A38
Aug 2010N/A11
Sep 2010N/A5

FY 2010 Overall: 136

Percent of foreign inspections completed in the month resulting in an initial classification of No Action Indicated

Measure was implemented starting January 1, 2010

Fiscal Year - 2010
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Measure was implemented starting January 1, 2010

TimeTargetPercent of Inspections
Oct 2009N/AN/A
Nov 2009N/AN/A
Dec 2009N/AN/A
Jan 2010N/A54
Feb 2010N/A35
Mar 2010N/A41
Apr 2010N/A29
May 2010N/A33
Jun 2010N/A22
Jul 2010N/A49
Aug 2010N/A19
Sep 2010N/A9

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