Florida Laboratory Agreed to Pay $50,000 for Allegedly Violating the Select Agent Regulations
A Florida laboratory agreed to pay $50,000 to resolve its liability for violating the select agent regulations. OIG alleged that the laboratory violated the select agent regulations by: (1) its Responsible Official failing to ensure compliance with the Select Agent regulations; (2) failing to ensure an accurate and current inventory of each select agent in long term storage; and (3) failing to notify CDC and appropriate Federal, State, or local law enforcement agencies upon discovery of a missing select agent.
- Date:August 11, 2014
- CMP and Affirmative Exclusions