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Good Automated Manufacturing Practice



Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP) is a technical sub-committee of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE). The goal of the committee is to promote the understanding of the regulation and use of automated systems within the pharmaceutical industry. The GAMP committee organizes training seminars for its members.

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GAMP guidelines

The GAMP publishes a series of Good Practice Guides for its members on several topics involved in drug manufacturing. The most well-known is the The Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP) Guide for Validation of Automated Systems in Pharmaceutical Manufacture.

Other guidelines are:

  • GAMP Good Practice Guide: A Risk-Based Approach to Compliant Electronic Records and Signatures
  • GAMP Good Practice Guide: Calibration Management
  • GAMP Good Practice Guide: Electronic Data Archiving
  • GAMP Good Practice Guide: Global Information Systems Control and Compliance
  • GAMP Good Practice Guide: IT Infrastructure Control and Compliance
  • GAMP Good Practice Guide: Validation of Laboratory Computerized Systems
  • GAMP Good Practice Guide: Validation of Process Control Systems

History

GAMP itself was founded in 1991 in the United Kingdom to deal with the evolving FDA expectations for Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) compliance of manufacturing and related systems. Since 1994, the organization entered into a partnership with the ISPE and published its first GAMP guidelines.

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This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Good_Automated_Manufacturing_Practice". A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.
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