Brazil Opens Consultation on 2013-14 Regulatory Agenda
Posted 19 February 2013 | By
Brazil's National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) has opened up its 2013-2014 Regulatory Agency for public consultation and comments, it announced this week.
The Preliminarily Proposed Themes were developed through discussions held within the agency and target 78 regulatory measures of which 63% were continued from the 2012-2013 Agenda. The consultation is open to so-called participating entities that are qualified according to the following criteria:
- an institutional relationship with ANVISA through the Sectoral Chambers or Consultative Council
- a higher education institution with an institutionalized partnership with Anvisa, or
- identified as a representative body not covered by the Sectoral Chambers, with a usual institutional relationship with the Agency and relationship to the themes proposed in the 2013-2014 Agenda.
Comments on the Agenda can be sent in electronically until March 31. At the end of the process, Anvisa will submit a Final Proposal Themes for Regulatory Agenda - Biennium 2013-2014, to be published in the Official Gazette.
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