FACA Request: Did HHS Orchestrate CFSAC’s P2P Comments?

Calling to account…. great blog Jeannette

Thoughts About M.E.

Today, I filed a request with Barbara James, DFO of CFSAC, under the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) regarding the January 13, 2015 CFSAC meeting and CFSAC’s P2P comments. My letter, which in addition to requesting immediate access to various documents relating to the meeting and comments, shows that FACA was clearly violated by HHS in connection with the last CFSAC meeting, is reproduced below. My last blog post reproducing correspondence with Ms. James gives context for my request.

The public’s P2P comments were due on January, 16, 2015, three days after the CFSAC meeting. Doesn’t it strike anybody as peculiar that the DFO (and CFSAC) was so confident that the Secretary would sign off on the comments on such short notice? After all, CFSAC recommendations have, for years, largely been ignored by the various Secretaries who either haven’t replied to them at all or taken months or years to do so, typically rejecting them.

HHS has never had…

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