Data Integrity Warning Letter Summary – August 2018 

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued a Warning Letter to a Japanese bio-chemical manufacturing company.  The Warning Letter summarized significant deviations from current good manufacturing practice (CGMP) for active pharmaceutical ingredients (API).  The letter cited non-compliance with section 501(a)(2)(B) of the 21 U.S.C. 351(a)(2)(B). The FDA inspection observed many data integrity non-compliances included retesting and manipulation […]

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The Relationship Between Sustainability and Commissioning

Before the green building movement got much traction, and before it was required by many of the energy codes and sustainability programs that we work with today. On this Earth Day, we want to talk about the role that commissioning has in sustainability, and why investing in sustainability is something we should all get behind. […]

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How Commissioning Shapes the Built Environment

Over the past few years, the focus in the construction and design, especially in the K-12 world, has shifted to thinking about the built environment. Simply put, the built environment considers and encompasses more about a space – it includes what the space is used for, who the space is used by, and how we […]

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Washington Clean Buildings Performance Standard Consulting – Now Offered by PV

Performance Validation is excited to announce we will be offering consulting services to help clients across Washington bring their facility portfolios into compliance with the new Clean Buildings Performance Standard (HB1257). HB1257 is a recently adopted legislative measure that requires existing commercial buildings over 50,000 square feet to meet or exceed energy benchmarks as defined […]

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