Sooner or later, an FDA investigator will walk through your door, greet the receptionist and wait patiently for the leadership team to meet them in the lobby. The call goes out that FDA is in the building and your inspection procedures snap into action.

After learning an investigator has arrived, one of two feelings will strike you. For the prepared, it’s calm excitement. You can finally put your preparation to work, impressing the inspector with your initiative.

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