me of the industry make it their business to attend this conference and tap into the cumulative knowledge of an accomplished group of top officials from CDER, CDRH, CBER, the Office of Regulatory Affairs (and more).
What does ORA stand for?
ORA stands for Office of Regulatory Affairs
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 141 other meanings of ORA in our Acronym Attic
- Office of Response and Restoration (NOAA)
- Odds Ratios Based on Logistic Regression
- Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division
- Operational Requirements/Military Characteristics
- Operations Research/Systems Analysis
- O'Reilly Associates (various organizations)
- Obligations Remboursables en Actions (French: Bonds Reimbursable in Shares)
- Obsolete or Redundant Acronym (humor)
- Office of Ratepayers Advocates (California)
- Office of Regional Affairs
- Office of Rent Administration (New York)
- Office of Research Affairs
- Office of Research Analysis
- Office of Research and Applications (US NOAA)
- Office of Review & Appeals
- Oil Region Alliance (Oil City, PA)
- Oklahoma Rifle Association (Yukon, OK)
- Online Reading Assessment
- Ontario Rifle Association
- Ontario Rodeo Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The FDA and FTC in the Office of Regulatory Affairs.
Those include enhancing the efficiency of inspections and even tweaking the agency's internal structure by shifting authority over field activities from FDA's Office of Regulatory Affairs to its Office of Foods.
Positions will be available throughout the agency, including in the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, the Center for Devices and Radiological Health, the Center for Food Safety and Nutrition, the Center for Veterinary Medicine, the National Center for Toxicological Research, the Office of the Commissioner and the Office of Regulatory Affairs.
public seeming to be exposed to a rising level of unsafe food, the two House members said they were "shocked to learn" that FDA planned to cut 196 microbiologists, chemists and engineers, 37 percent of analysts now in Office of Regulatory Affairs laboratories.
The blitz, which was conducted by the US Food and Drug Administration's Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA) in response to recent scandals involving tissue processing companies, targeted companies that recover human tissues, including tendons, ligaments, bone and other musculoskeletal tissue.
Creation of the ARL is a result of a long-range plan by the FDA's Office of Regulatory Affairs to restructure many small, local laboratories located in cities across the country into five large, multi-disciplinary regional facilities and four specialty laboratories.
The Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research is working with FDA's Office of Regulatory Affairs and Office of Criminal Investigations in investigating firms and persons involved in the sale, distribution, and manufacture of unapproved HIV home test kits in the United States.