Dr. Kathleen (Cook) Uhl said there would be good months and not-so-good months. Well, although the official numbers for November are not yet posted, it looks like OGD will have another good month. Not a record breaker, but close, unless there are at least 4 more not yet reported approval actions lurking somewhere in the IT reporting system.
With 5 business days and 6 reporting days until December 1st, OGD already has booked 79 full approval and 23 tentative approval for a total of 102 approval actions so far in November. This could be good news, as a trend towards more record numbers of approvals is now evident. We have had two consecutive months with new records,
Although the Office of Generic Drugs (OGD) has not yet released the official approval numbers for October 2018 (which is the first month of FY 2019, and the first month of GDUFA II), it appears that a new record will be set. OGD approved 101 ANDAs, and tentatively approved 21 ANDAs for a total of 122 approval actions for the month;
If the first half of October is any indication of the approval performance of OGD, then we are off to a good start of FY 2019. The first eleven business days of October 2018 yielded forty-three full approvals and fourteen tentative approvals (TAs), and there are still ten business days left in October. Two big days so far this month were October 12th,
The Office of Generic Drugs (OGD) posted its official numbers for approval actions, receipts and complete response letters in the last hour. The figures, from the Activities Report of the Generic Drugs Program (FY 2018) Monthly Performance (here) show that OGD broke the old record of 763 approvals achieved in FY 2017 by 18 ANDAs,