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Review of the Methodology Proposed by the Food Safety and Inspection Service for Followup Surveillance of In-Commerce Businesses: A Letter Report APPENDIX G (From FSIS Directive 8010.1, Revision 2) In determining whether to identify a person or firm for a followup surveillance review and the period within which to conduct the followup review, Investigators are to consider: The firm type (i.e., business type) and ICS tier; Whether the person or firm is operating under, and in compliance with, an administrative order, court order, or other binding case disposition terms; Surveillance review findings, including, but not limited to, the following: whether products are found to be wholesome and not adulterated; whether sanitary conditions are such that products would not become contaminated with filth or rendered injurious to health; whether hazard controls are adequate to prevent products from becoming adulterated; whether products not intended for use as human food are being properly denatured or otherwise made inedible; and whether records are being maintained in compliance with agency requirements. Whether the Investigator documented an apparent violation(s) of the FMIA, PPIA, EPIA; Whether the Investigator initiated a product control action(s); and The person or firm’s compliance history.