OIG Finds No Basis to Prosecute ‘FDA Nine’ Over Personal Emails

Devices & Diagnostics Letter
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After consulting with Justice Department prosecutors, the HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG) has found nothing to substantiate the FDA’s claim that it began monitoring nine employees’ emails only after hearing that confidential industry information had been leaked to the public, congressional aides tell D&DL.

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