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Validation Associates, Inc.

305 E. Pennsylvania Blvd.
Feasterville, PA 19053-7846
United States of America, Pennsylvania

Phone: +1 215.354.1720
Fax: +1 215.354.1725

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Description:

Validation Associates, Inc. specializes in providing our clients in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical device industries with computer system validation project consulting and training services. Our methodology is designed to promote the development, installation, and ongoing use of quality automated products that meet the needs of the user departments, and to provide evidence that computer system validation issues have been addressed.
In addition to project consulting, we offer public and on-site seminars using a practical, "how-to" approach. The seminars include Computer System Validation in FDA-regulated Industries (2-day), Achieving & Maintaining 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance (1 day), Risk Management Applied to Computer System Validation (1 day), Auditing Computer System Providers (1 day), and Computer System Validation Overview (1/2 day). Visit our website at www.validassoc.com for additional information.


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Last update of this entry: July 15, 2007

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