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CSOS Archived Material

The documents included on this Archive page are for reference only. These documents were originally created during the development stage of CSOS and the information contained is not to be applied to the current implementation of CSOS. All policy information is superseded by the Code of Federal Regulations (21 CFR). All PDF documents require Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing.

Initial Economic Impact Analysis of the Proposed Electronic Orders Rule (March 11, 2003)

Anticipated Standard for DEA Controlled Substances Ordering System (September 2002)

Notice of Intent To Conduct Performance Verification Testing of Public Key Infrastructure Enabled Controlled Substance Orders. (January 11, 2002)

Public Key Infrastructure Analysis Concept of Operations (October 13, 2000)

Overview of the Controlled Substance Ordering System

Public Key Infrastructure Certificate Policy Requirements Analysis (February 3, 2000)

Key Infrastructure Existing Network Infrastructure Analysis (February 3, 2000)

Electronic Ordering Overview (September 1999)

Announcement: PEC to Design PKI Framework for DEA Regulatory Processes (July 21, 1999)

If the format of any document on this Archive page interferes with your ability to the access information, please contact DEA Diversion E-Commerce Support at 1-877-332-3266.

Working Group Meetings

Minutes - Regulatory and Technical Working Group Meeting (January 31, 2001)

Minutes - Regulatory and Technical Working Group Meeting (November 8, 2000)

Emergency Disaster Relief
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal here.
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