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Discover the Top Trends and Issues Impacting Regulatory Affairs (RAs) in 2020

268 regulatory managers weigh in on the biggest problems and opportunities facing their industries.

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What You’ll Learn From the Report

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Biggest Threats Facing RAs Around the World

Regulatory affairs managers with global operations discuss their biggest fears and concerns for compliance across 2020 and 2021.

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Common Strategies to Improve Regulatory Compliance

From the pressure of M&As to changes in consumer habits, managers reveal their approaches for addressing new vulnerabilities in production.

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New Trends in RA Operations

See the global trends impacting regulatory compliance; including new government policies, technology innovations, and market demand forces.

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How Technology is Simplifying the RA Role

Learn about the surprising differences in how regulatory compliance is managed around the world, and between different industries.

What is Being Said About the Report

It's been eye opening to see the complexity and breadth of challenges that Regulatory Affairs (RA) teams face around the world and the pressure they face to deliver on time and error-free, every time. Yet most RA teams have been left behind in the digital revolution and are still using outdated, disconnected systems to manage complex, legal requirements. 2020 promises no relief as EPA Chemical Data Reporting, PCN harmonization, Ingredient Transparency, 1,4-Dioxane Ban, and other added requirements pile more work on already over-stretched departments.

Jodi Foucher

Regulatory Affairs Strategist, Veeva Systems

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  • Over 50% of study respondents have 15 years of experience managing regulatory affairs.
  • Insights across 268 regulatory managers from global companies earning at least $500 million in annual revenue.
  • Respondents have operations in North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
  • Prominent industries surveyed include cosmetics, consumer goods, and chemical manufacturing.