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Number of highest risk domestic inspections in the month resulting in a classification of Official Action Indicated (OAI)

Dictionary: The number of high-risk product inspections where objectionable conditions were found and a regulatory action is recommended are classified as an Official Action Indicated. This includes voluntary recalls initiated by the firm, or FDA requested recalls when the firm is hesitant to conduct a voluntary recall.

Fiscal Year - 2011

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TimeTargetNumber Classified as OAI
Oct 2010N/A40
Nov 2010N/A64
Dec 2010N/A49
Jan 2011N/A49
Feb 2011N/A47
Mar 2011N/A60
Apr 2011N/A65
May 2011N/A73
Jun 2011N/A59
Jul 2011N/A46
Aug 2011N/A70
Sep 2011N/A54

FY 2011 Overall: 676

Percent of highest risk domestic inspections in the month resulting in a classification of Official Action Indicated

Fiscal Year - 2011
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TimeTargetPercent Classified as OAI
Oct 2010N/A4
Nov 2010N/A6
Dec 2010N/A4
Jan 2011N/A5
Feb 2011N/A5
Mar 2011N/A4
Apr 2011N/A7
May 2011N/A7
Jun 2011N/A5
Jul 2011N/A6
Aug 2011N/A7
Sep 2011N/A7

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