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

Dictionary: The number of 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.

Fiscal Year - 2010

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TimeTargetNumber Classified as NAI
Oct 2009N/A340
Nov 2009N/A474
Dec 2009N/A513
Jan 2010N/A510
Feb 2010N/A483
Mar 2010N/A673
Apr 2010N/A515
May 2010N/A569
Jun 2010N/A828
Jul 2010N/A452
Aug 2010N/A556
Sep 2010N/A463

FY 2010 Overall: 6,376

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

Fiscal Year - 2010
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TimeTargetPercent Classified as NAI
Oct 2009N/A50
Nov 2009N/A53
Dec 2009N/A56
Jan 2010N/A57
Feb 2010N/A55
Mar 2010N/A57
Apr 2010N/A55
May 2010N/A59
Jun 2010N/A61
Jul 2010N/A53
Aug 2010N/A59
Sep 2010N/A52

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