Table III.8: Reported State Licensing or Registration Requirements for FDA-Registered Outsourcing Facilities, by Reporting State
  Requires FDA-registered outsourcing facilities to be licensed or registered in state Category of state license or registration
State Yes No No response Pharmacy Wholesale distributor Manufacturer Outsourcing facility (licensed or registered by the state)
Alabama      
Arizona          
Arkansas      
California     a      
Colorado            
Connecticut            
Delaware        
District of Columbia        
Florida        
Georgia      
Guam            
Hawaii          
Idaho          
Illinois        
Iowa        
Kansas        
Kentucky        
Louisiana        
Maine            
Maryland            
Massachusetts            
Michigan          
Minnesota          
Mississippi          
Missouri          
Montana        
Nebraska        
Nevada          
New Hampshire        
New Jersey            
New Mexico          
New York          
North Carolina          
North Dakota        
Ohio          
Oklahoma          
Oregon        
Pennsylvania      
Rhode Island            
South Carolina        
South Dakota          
Tennessee          
Texas          
Utah          
Vermont          
Virginia          
Washington            
West Virginia          
Wisconsin            
Wyoming            

Source: GAO survey of state pharmacy regulatory bodies, survey question 16. | GAO-17-363SP
Notes: GAO surveyed the state pharmacy regulatory bodies in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and all but 4 completed the survey.
aThis state reported requiring Food and Drug Administration (FDA) registered outsourcing facilities to be licensed as sterile compounding pharmacies.