The New “MAPP” of Transparency

New MAPP details when FDA notifies drugmakers about ARIA studies

A new policy and procedure guide (MAPP) released Monday outlines the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’sCenter for Drug Evaluation and Research on how and when to notify applicants when the agency plans its use of Sentinel Active. risk. identification and analysis system (ARIA).

 Before the FDA can request a marketing study or clinical trial for a drug, it must determine whether the ARIA system or adverse event reporting systems will be sufficient to answer the question. In the new MAPP, the FDA specifies how it will notify applicants when it determines that an ARIA study would be sufficient to identify a potentially serious risk.

 The FDA explains that the CDER Office of New Medicines (OND) will notify applicants when they and the Office of Surveillance and Epidemiology (OSE) plan to investigate Sentinel ARIA in a letter of approval and during the final round of meetings.

 The OSE is also tasked with notifying applicants when the study parameters are completed, at least two business days before the study or protocol package analysis is posted on the Sentinel Initiative website. The FDA says the OSE plans to notify applicants of the study results at least two business days before the first public announcement of the study results unless the disclosure is part of an advisory committee package or appears in a peer-reviewed publication.

 In addition, the Food and drug administrations say the OSE “plans to send the study results to applicants when the study results provide information about regulatory action, such as a change to the safety label.”

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MAPP TO NOWHERE NOW HAS COORDINATES TO FIND THE TREASURE

Anyone browsing the CDER website noted that the Office of Generic Medicines (OGD) published a review of MaPP 5200.3 last night titled GDUFA. main communication about ANDA’s status to review the request. This original CARD was received as a brick wall by the industry. The industry considers its concept of communication and transparency to be strong and the OGD industry claims its position is contrary to that of the MaPP tenants it has applied for.

After many assessments by OGD and OPQ, the new assessment introduces new touchpoints for communication and can give the Regulatory Project Manager (RPM) the correct status of the 5 assessment disciplines and cover all NDAs for the year, including 3 NDAs, including year 1 and two cohorts, as well as pending orders (received before October 1, 2012. This new transparency begins with the allocation of the RPM during shipment (once the OGD decides the order is nearing completion) for review). the candidate knows who his RPM is and what the action date (TAD) is three months before the TAD.

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