By David Lennard, Vice President and Ellyn McMullin, Research Associate, Axendia
Delayed Enforcement Provides Opportunity to Develop Complimentary Systems
The FDA’s delayed enforcement of DQSA requirements until May 1, 2015 and its second enforcement delay for dispensers until November 1, 2015, may be an unexpected “gift” that gives some companies not only more time to implement data sharing agreements but also the opportunity to reap the business rewards of data mapping and visibility into their own supply chain at the same time.
In the initial article in this series, we discussed how organizations can use DQSA data to benefit their business and their relationships with trading partners.
In this article we cover a key provision of DQSA: the identification, control and handling of suspect and illegitimate product. Continue reading