The Federal Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy is a system that controls organizations. Which unfortunately when you try to accomplish something their methods have barricades and drawbacks that are time consuming and it does not allow for changes. Control is what the Bureaucracy does best, why because it is their job. Here are just three of the Federal Agency’s that the bureaucracy controls 1. FDA (U S Food and Drug Administration) Established in 1906, but then called Pure Food and Drug Act. 2. ICC (Interstate Commerce Commission) Established in 1887 and terminated in 1995 3. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Begin operation on December 2, 1970
FDA regulates a trillion dollars worth of products a year. The FDA ensures safety of foods, drugs, medical devices, biological products, tobacco products, cosmetics, vaccines and food and drugs for animals. The FDA formed in 1906 but not as Food and Drug Administration, but as the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act, the name was change in 1930 to the Food and Drug Administration. Misbranding of foods and drugs was one of problems that drew more attention to the need of more attention for public safety. Harvey Wiley a chief chemist in 1883 was the man who took charge in the change of our public safety and concerns of our health (Centennial of FDA). The FDA grew over the years many changes and many concerns, yet their main job is the responsibility for protecting the public health by assuring safety and security responsible for public health advanced innovation to make medicines and foods more effective, less expensive and safer. Also by science- based technology information on foods and medicines to improve our health. On April 28, 2009 the FDA has new rules requiring all labels for over the counter pain relievers such as, Tylenol or/and ibuprofen to have extensive warnings on labels about the health risks it may cause like bleeding...
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