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User Fees

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Food and Drug Administration
FY 2005 Crosswalk to Summary of Change – User Fees
Dollars in Thousands – User Fees
User Fee Increases
FY 2005
PDUFA1/ MQSA MDUFMA Export Cert. Fund Color Cert. Fund ADUFA 2/ Total Current User Fees
FTE $000 $000 FTE $000 $000 $000 FTE $000 FTE $000
Foods  
CFSAN
Field Activities
 
Human Drugs 75 $22,748  

75

$22,748

CDER 111 26,808

111

26,808

Field Activities (36) (4,060)

(36)

(4,060)

 
Biologics 7 $2,170   4 $550   11

$2,720

CBER 1,304 3 528 3

1,832

Field Activities 7 866 1 22 8

888

 
Animal Drugs & Feeds   18 $2,644 18 $2,644
CVM 18 2,644 18 2,644
Field Activities  

 
Devices and
Radiological Health
  $339 17 $1,237  

17

$1,576

CDRH 105 16 1,196

16

1,301

Field Activities 234 1 41

1

275

 
NCTR  
 
Other Activities

1

$2,890

$4

2

$273

 

2

$235

5

$3,402

Office of the Commissioner  

449

1

50

1

499

Office of Management

1

1,207

4

1

196

2

235

4

1,642

Office of External Relations  

497

497

Office of Policy and Planning

737

27

764

Central Services

     
Other Rent & Rent–Related

$3,000

 

$46

 

$3,046

GSA Rent

$3,761

$178

 

$121

$4,060

Buildings and Facilities    

Color Certification and
Export Cert. Fund

$45

$144

$189

 
Total 83 $34,569 $343 23 $2,284 $45 $144 20 $3,000 126 $40,385
Non–Field 112 31,002 109 21 1,997 45 144 20 2,879 153 36,176
Field (29) (3,194) 234 2 63 (27) (2,897)
Rent/B&F 6,761 224 121 7,106

1/  Total resources for the CDER move to White Oak in FY 2005 is $33,081,000, including increases of $20,628,000 in new budget authority, $2,361,000 from the FY 2004 enacted level, $3,000,000 from new 

PDUFA funds and $7,092,000 from CDER PDUFA carryover balances from previous fiscal years, that will be expended in the Rent and Rent Related program line.

2/ On November 18, 2003 ADUFA was enacted as P.L. 108–130.

 

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