(i) the national authority provided both a written statement establishing its authority to protect confidential business information prior to disclosure, as well as a written obligation to disclose the information provided without the sponsor`s written permission or written confirmation by the Food and Drug Administration that the information is no longer confidential; and an agreement signed by the authorities and import-related cross-product exchange officials for human and animal foods, pet food, cosmetics, medicines for human and veterinary use, biological products, equipment and tobacco information. Import information is information collected by the FDA pursuant to Imports and Exports (FCDA). Information received by the FDA from another authority is not permitted to be used in common under this agreement. This agreement applies from the date of signing and runs until October 31, 2020. In order for the FDA to exchange information under a 20.88 agreement, there must be: (e) (1) The Senior Associate Commissioner for Policy, Planning, Legislation and Legislation, or the Assistant Commissioner for International Relations and Persons Abroad, or any other official or collaborator of the Food and Drug Administration, the Senior Associate Commissioner for Policy, Planning and Legislation or the Assistant Commissioner for International and Constituent Relations may act on their behalf for this purpose, disclosure or receipt of non-public and pre-decision documents on the rules of food and drug management or other regulatory requirements applicable to a public authority or other relevant body for the activities of the other government authority. , as part of efforts to improve the unity of the federal state, cooperative regulatory activities or the implementation of federal-federal agreements if: This database contains the list of state services that have concluded a long-term agreement of 20.88 CFR 20.886. Authorities must have a function contrary to the FDA (regulatory repression, public health oversight or public health service). These agreements apply to the entire agency/division/office when signed by the head of the agency/department/office. The unique signature includes the undersigned and each member of the state staff under his or her chain of command. The agreement gives the FDA the power to share non-public information with these agencies. The reference to « non-public information » covered by this agreement includes all information protected by federal laws and regulations, including the Freedom of Information Act and 21 CFR Part 20. For FDA documents that are shared under this agreement, this may include: confidential business information, personal data protection information, prior decision information, deliberative information and repressive acts. Most importantly, this agreement includes a confidentiality agreement (NDA) prohibiting the continued disclosure of FDA datasets, which are shared under a 20.88 agreement without express FDA authorization, since registrations and information remain the property of the FDA.
Please note that any reference to the state is intended to include public, local, territorial and/or state universities that employ public servants. An agreement signed by the director of the State University or the dean of a department responsible for exchanging non-public information as part of the implementation of the FDA`s production safety rule (including proprietary data on agricultural stocks).