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U.S. Food and Drug Administration Partnership Opportunities

FDA Public/Private Partnership Program

The Food and Drug Administration is actively interested in partnering with the private sector through arrangements which leverage FDA assets and resources and provide opportunities for the privates sector to participate in the development, financing, ownership and operation of a public facility or service. For example, a public/private partnership could be an arrangement whereby a contractor or third party develops and operates a system which is beneficial to the FDA and others and charges the cost of the service to users. Revenue generated by the system would be expended by the contractor or third party to maintain and improve the system. The FDA is interested in the above and any other such arrangements. Interested parties can submit white papers, strategic plans, or joint-venture recommendations that describe potential roles and responsibilities for both government and industry sectors in such an enterprise. Partnerships can be formalized through Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADA), contractual arrangements, or innovative partnerships.

The FDA will give preference to ideas and proposals which will enhance the delivery of mission-related FDA functions and do not require funding from the FDA.

Information about FDA Partnership Opportunities.(last updated 5/24/00)

Technology Transfer Information

Leveraging with FDA

To obtain more information, ask questions, or submit your ideas, please contact:

Bea Droke
Food and Drug Administration
HFA-500, OFAC Bldg., Room 2035
5630 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857
E-mail: BDROKE@OC.FDA.gov

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