The MDRC is working through a multi-stakeholder approach and via an inter-agency collaboration with the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA); the National Institute of Metrology Standardization and Industrial Quality (INMETRO); the Ministry of Economy (Secretariat for Economic Monitoring, Competition and Competitiveness Advocacy – SEAE and Secretariat of Foreign Trade – SECEX) and industry stakeholders and is in the process of identifying the following MDRC priority areas of work in Brazil:

Good Regulatory Practices – Implementation and Operationalization
Use of international standards and conformity assessment as essential GRP
Assignment of GRP, Regulatory Impact Assessments, and Regulatory Accountability for delegated rulemaking
Post-market Surveillance
3rd Country Partnerships and Capacity Building