DEA Reverses Announced Changes to Registration Renewal Process

The AMCNO recently reported that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was going to be making changes to the registration renewal process, effective Jan. 1, 2017, particularly concerning its long-standing policy of allowing a grace period for registrants who failed to file a timely renewal application.

The AMCNO has just learned that the DEA has since reversed its decision about its registration renewal policy, stating that it will be retaining its current policy and procedures, including the one-month grace-period for renewing a registration, but one minor change will take effect—the DEA will no longer send its second renewal notification through the mail; it will instead be sent as an electronic reminder through email to the address associated with the registration.

To review the revised announcement from the DEA, click here.

The Pollen Line is now closed. See you in the spring!

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