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... In general, the guidelines address the collection and testing of urine specimens, the requirements for certification of the testing facilities, and the role and standards for collectors and medical review officers. Six major changes occurred from the 2004 to 2008 guidelines: revised requirements for specimen collection, standards for collectors and collection sites, revised laboratory testing requirements, new technologies for confirmatory drug testing, new types of testing facilities, and revised standards for medical review officers.
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... In the 2004 proposed guidelines, DHHS proposed the use of alternative specimens (hair, oral fluid, sweat) for federal employee drug testing.

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