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Good Engineering Practice

Good Engineering Practice or GEP is applied to engineering and technical activities to ensure that a company manufactures products of the required quality as expected by the Regulatory Authorities. Good Engineering Practices are to ensure that the engineering or software development methodology generates deliverables that support the requirements for qualification or validation in the pharmaceutical industry.

See also


  • Risk-Based Qualification for the 21st Century

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