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Number of domestic inspections in the quarter resulting in a classification of No Action Indicated (NAI)

Dictionary: The number of domestic 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) are classified as No Action Indicated.

Information is current as of May 20, 2015.

Fiscal Year - 2015

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TimeTargetNumber Classified as NAI
Oct – Dec 2014N/A5,503
Jan – Mar 2015N/A4,595
Apr – Jun 2015N/ATBD
Jul – Sep 2015N/ATBD

FY2015 YTD: 10,098

Percent of domestic inspections in the quarter resulting in a classification of No Action Indicated

Information is current as of May 20, 2015.

Fiscal Year - 2015
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TimeTargetPercent Classified as NAI
Oct – Dec 2014N/A71
Jan – Mar 2015N/A66
Apr – Jun 2015N/ATBD
Jul – Sep 2015N/ATBD

FY2015 YTD Percent: 68

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