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The current technical architecture of computer systems increasingly makes the Part 11, Electronic Records; Electronic Signatures — Scope and Application for the complete and accurate copy requirement extremely high.

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United States Food and Drug Administration. Retrieved 11 May Food and Drug Administration of the United States. The current technical architecture of computer systems increasingly makes the Part 11, Electronic Records; Electronic Signatures — Scope and Application for the complete and accurate copy requirement extremely high.

Various keynote speeches by FDA insiders early in the 21st century in addition to high-profile audit findings focusing on computer system compliance resulted in many companies scrambling to mount a defense against rule enforcement that they were procedurally and technologically unprepared for.

Many software and instrumentation vendors released Part 11 "compliant" updates that were either incomplete or insufficient to fully comply with the rule. This document was intended to clarify how Part 11 should be implemented and would be enforced.

But, as with all FDA guidances, it was not intended to convey the full force of law—rather, it expressed the FDA's "current thinking" on Part 11 compliance. Many within the industry, while pleased with the more limited scope defined in the guidance, complained that, in some areas, the guidance contradicted requirements in the Final Rule. In May , the FDA issued the final version of their guidance on computerized systems in clinical investigations.

FDA had previously announced that a new Part 11 would be released late The Agency has since pushed that release date back. The FDA has not announced a revised time of release. John Murray, member of the Part 11 Working Group the team at FDA developing the new Part 11 , has publicly stated that the timetable for release is "flexible".

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