Welcome everyone to the first of many presentations that the Computer System Validation LCM team has focused on for this page. Today, we'll be discussing 21 CFR Part 11 regulations and how they pertain to us at Illumina Consumables Manufacturing. At a high level, very high level, and yes, that is a spaceship. 21 CFR Part 11, as defined by the FDA, are regulations that set forth the criteria under which the agency considers electronic records, electronic signatures, and handwritten signatures executed to the electronic record to be trustworthy, reliable, and generally equivalent to paper records and handwritten signatures executed on paper. Part 11 regulations are similar to Part 20 regulations, which are quality system regulations for medical device manufacturing. These are regulations that Illumina has complied with in order to continue manufacturing medical devices. Part 11 regulations can be categorized into three key elements: electronic records, electronic signatures, and audit trails. Now, let's dive a little deeper into each of these subparts. Electronic records are a combination of text, graphics, data, pictures, or audio represented in a digital format equivalent to a paper record. These records are created, modified, archived, and retrieved by a computer system. And I'm going to learn how to spell "records" immediately after this video. Electronic signatures can be defined as a combination of symbols representing the username and password, serving as a legally binding equivalent of an individual's handwritten signature. As you can see here, we're utilizing the combination of John Doe's username and password as an electronic signature in our electronic batch record, which is equivalent to John Doe signing off on a paper batch record. Now, let's talk about audit trails. The main purpose of audit trails is to ensure the integrity of the electronic record. Various agency regulations, as well as guidance documents, provide...
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