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Georgia Drugs and Narcotics Agency

The Georgia Drugs and Narcotics Agency was created by the General Assembly in 1908 as the Office of the Chief Drug Inspector. The Chief Drug Inspector (CDI) was originally appointed by the Commissioner of Agriculture, upon recommendation from the State Board of Pharmacy. The office was created to ensure and protect the health, safety and welfare of Georgia citizens by enforcing Georgia laws and rules pertaining to manufactured or compounded drugs and to ensure only licensed facilities or persons dispensed or distributed pharmaceuticals.

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Press Releases

Openings for GDNA Special Agents

November 6, 2014

We have two Special Agent openings, and we're taking applications for both positions. The areas of the state where we need agents is the middle part of Georgia, all the way from Augusta to Columbus.

Prescription Drug Labels (9-29-2014)

October 7, 2014

In response to numerous inquiries about the proper labeling of prescriptions drugs, the Georgia State Board of Pharmacy has examined the issue in light of state law.  O.C.G.A. Section 26-4-80(k) expressly provides: