Palmer Orlandi, FDA, Food Safety Consortium

FSMA and Laying Groundwork for Data Acceptance in Lab Partnerships

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Palmer Orlandi, FDA, Food Safety Consortium

The foundation for success relies on standardized practices for laboratory analysis.

Laboratories play a key role in FSMA, including providing data and analytical support, and assistance in surveillance and outbreak activities.

According to Palmer Orlandi, Ph.D., acting chief science officer and research director at FDA, success in the laboratory to support all the activity involving FSMA hinges on the following:

  • Mutual reliance on partners (federal, state and FDA)
  • Data-sharing capabilities (how data is generated and transmitted)
  • Acceptance of lab data

Establishing uniform standards of performance surrounding data quality and sharing, and ensuring that data has been verified and can be trusted lay the groundwork for data acceptance. Orlandi discussed the process of establishing data acceptance criteria at the 2015 Food Safety Consortium conference.

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