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DSFederal to Update FDA Adverse Event Reporting Tool; Sophia Parker Comments

digital-governmentThe Food and Drug Administration has awarded DSFederal a potential $20 million contract to upgrade and maintain the agency’s Safety Reporting Portal.

SRP is an online data repository that gathers and distributes information on adverse events related to regulated products to the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research,  Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition and other agencies under FDA, DSFederal said Friday.

“On each project, our clients need access to specific information in order to provide the highest quality products and services to the public, ” said Sophia Parker, CEO of DSFederal.

DSFederal will work with the agency’s office of information management and technology to upgrade the system in order to keep pace with changing agency requirements and legislative mandates.

In a separate contract with the FDA’s office of regulatory affairs, DSFederal will develop courses and administer training to FDA investigators that conduct inspections on food products.

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