Ahh! See, you've been tricked!
We don't have a known, good process that is consistently utilized by our government. The mistake is thinking that because they are a perceived authority they are justified in that role.
We are fully capable of using responsible testing processes, in fact it is FAR easier to set up a responsible testing program without interference from our government, and we of course should be responsible in this particular case.
Our FDA behaves FAR too inconsistently to be considered useful in this respect. Better to create something from scratch. (this is a personal peeve of mine, having worked for years on Wisconsin's Badger Care programs I can't treat that part of our system with anything other than contempt, it's . . . dangerous.)