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ESPS, Inc. Executive Appointed to DIA Electronic Submissions Group.

FORT WASHINGTON, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 24, 1999--

Drug Information Association's special interest group for electronic submissions plays key advisory role in the standardization

of electronic submissions worldwide

ESPS, Inc. (Electronic Submission Publishing Systems, Inc.) today announced that Susan Galle, director of the ESPS pharmaceutical and medical products regulatory and compliance group, was named as a member of the Drug Information Association's (DIA) Special Interest Advisory Committee on Global Electronic Regulatory Submission Standards.

"This multinational panel provides guidance to industry regulators and vendors with regard to harmonizing electronic submission standards worldwide," says Terrance Brennan, ESPS chief executive officer and president. "As the Food and Drug Administration in the U.S. and the various European drug regulatory agencies drive towards a totally electronic submission process, this group will have substantial influence in mediating an effective solution for all interested parties."

Susan Galle has been with ESPS for four years. She is responsible for the ESPS relationship with global regulatory authorities, which includes continually ensuring that the ESPS software suite is compliant with current regulatory requirements.

The DIA Special Interest Advisory Committee on Global Electronic Regulatory Submission Standards encourages participation by professionals from both small and large pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, vendor-support organizations and regulatory agencies.

The overall mission of the Drug Information Association is to provide a neutral global forum for the exchange and dissemination of information on the discovery, development, evaluation and utilization of medicines and related healthcare technologies.

About ESPS, Inc.

ESPS, Inc. (Electronic Submission Publishing Systems, Inc.) is an industry leader in the development and implementation of enterprise software solutions used to manage and publish regulatory compliance and other business-critical document collections.

Founded in 1994 as an Adobe Systems venture company, ESPS is providing economic buyers with measurable ROI and user benefits through its industry expertise, exceptional technology and strong commitment to high-quality implementations.

The ESPS world headquarters is located in suburban Philadelphia, with additional offices throughout the U.S. and in Europe. More information can be found at www.esps.com or by calling 800/515-ESPS.
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