The Office of Diversion consists of diversion investigators, special agents, chemists, pharmacologists, program analysts, and others. The office’s activities include: program priorities and field management oversight; coordination of major investigations; drafting and promulgating of regulations; establishment of national drug production quotas; design and execution of diplomatic missions; U.S. obligations under drug control treaties; design and proposal of national legislation; advice and leadership on state legislation/regulation; legal control of drugs and chemicals not previously under federal control; control of imports and exports of drugs and chemicals; computerized monitoring and tracking the distribution of certain controlled drugs; providing distribution intelligence to the states; industry liaison; and program resource planning and allocation.
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Last Modified: 07/26/2018
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