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Mr. Greg Jones

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Special Agent

Phone: (202) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: g***@***.gov
Local Address:  Atlanta , Georgia , United States
Federal Bureau of Investigation
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, Nw
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20535
United States

Company Description: The FBI established the Records Management Division in 2002 to update and modernize all of the FBI's records management control systems. The division provides...   more

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Gregory Jones, head of the ..., 10 Sept 2009 [cached]
Gregory Jones, head of the FBI's Atlanta office said Thursday the Lawrenceville Police Department will receive nearly $1.2 million while the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office will get just over $900,000.
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Speaker: Gregg Jones, R.Ph., ..., 25 May 2008 [cached]
Speaker: Gregg Jones, R.Ph., Compliance Manager, Florida Department of Health
Panel Members: Scott Melville, HDMA: Erika Lilja, FL DOH: Gregg Jones, FL DOH: John Mudri, Mudri Associates Incorporated: Richard Sands, FL DOH
Steps pharmacies can take to ward off counterfeit drugs, 12 Jan 2004 [cached]
But Gregg Jones, pharmaceutical program manager at the Florida Department of Health, cautioned that buying from distributors who fax over "deals du jour," often of drugs in short supply, is a recipe for disaster."If the price is too good, you need to be suspicious of it," he warned, adding that under the new Florida anticounterfeiting law, those who buy from an unlicensed company have committed a third-degree felony.
Jones advised hospitals to spot counterfeit drugs by checking drug labels to see if there's any "stickiness or faded tackiness" or "missing outserts."Also, beware of patient outcomes.If a drug isn't producing the desired effect, that could be a sign of trouble.Another thing pharmacies should do is to find out what their wholesalers are doing to protect their drug supply, he recommended.
Similarly, Wal-Mart is requiring all Schedule II controlled substances that reach its Arkansas distribution center early this year to be embedded with these electronic tags, Jones said.
Manufacturers are also doing their part. Science, 28 July 2003 [cached]
"There's nowhere I think today that you can buy drugs with 100 percent confidence," said Gregg Jones, an investigator with the Florida Department of Health.
"Because of the confidence in the U.S. drug supply, the physician doesn't usually look at the possibility of product failure," Jones, the state health investigator, said.
But how much should people be worried?
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