Plain Writing at Work
At FDA, we are working to create letters, reports, web pages, and other public documents using Plain Language Principles to ensure plain, clear writing. We are dedicated to providing you with:
- reader-friendly information that you can easily understand,
- documents in which you can easily find the information you need, and
- information you can readily use and act on.
We are excited to show you some of our examples where we have developed new documents incorporating the principles of plain language.
Examples Using Plain Language Principles
Several of our Centers have developed new work using Plain Language. Please visit these sites to see what we are doing.
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