On March 4, 2020, FDA announced that it has issued in final a guidance for industry titled “The ‘Deemed to be a License’ Provision of the BPCI Act: Questions and Answers,” which addresses FDA’s “transition” provision of the BPCI Act. Established in 2009, the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act (BPCI Act) deemed applications for an approved biological product under Section 505 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) to be a license for the biological product under Section 351 of the Public Health Service Act (PHS Act) as of March 23, 2020. Aiming to make the BPCI Act implementation process smoother, FDA has published the guidance for industry as part of the “transition” provision of the Act. The transition of biological products currently regulated under the FD&C Act to the PHS Act will allow for the submission and approval of marketing applications for new biosimilar or interchangeable biological products. The guidance follows FDA’s recent issue of the new definition of the term “biological product,” announced on February 21, 2020, per Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.’s (B&C®) February 28, 2020, blog item.