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IS calender submission deadline vs. ICH date

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Created by Claudia L on 2010-07-05 08:27:08 Back to Topics

IS calender submission deadline vs. ICH date

(Not sure if this is the right category to post this question.)
 
Could you let us know the IS submission deadlines in comparison to the ICH dates for Sept and Oct 2011? I understand that the IS submission deadline might be a few days earlier than what the ICH deadline used to be to allow for validation error correction. It would help to specify how much earlier this will be by a comparison of these dates for two given future months.
 
Reason: we need to plan our internal job sequence and dependencies of month close processes and coordinate these with other departments.
 
Thanks.
Replied by James S on 2010-07-07 06:00:21
I'm not really sure what the right category would be, either. ;)
 
The submission deadlines will be the same as today, for both ICH and ACH.
 
While you're right that there will be some delay due to validation and processing, we have determined that the ICH will still have time for these activities after the delays introduced.
 
Please note: You say "error correction" which is a bit different, as that's an activity on your side. You'll be able to submit the file right up until closure (17h YMQ), and the ICH will wait until all such files have been submitted before running their processes. However, if your file has validation errors, you will have no chance to correct it until the next period. This is up to you, though.
 
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