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This guidance has been developed to address the lack of clarity with respect to what chemistry, 17 manufacturing, and controls (CMC) information in a marketing application constitutes an 18 established condition or a “regulatory commitment” that, if changed following approval, requires 19 reporting to FDA. Clarification regarding which elements of the CMC information constitute 20 established conditions and where in an application these elements are generally expected to be 21 described, should lead to a better understanding that certain CMC changes can be made solely 22 under the Pharmaceutical Quality System (PQS)2 without the need to report to FDA. For those 23 changes that do require reporting, a better understanding of established conditions could allow 24 for a more effective post-approval submission strategy by the regulated industry.
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All written comments should be identified with this document's docket number: FDA-2015-D-1659.