Does anyone know the digital format that California BCC will require to upload compliance documents to the state?

7/23/2018 2:31:37 AM,
Mark Slaugh replied:

Rumors are flying that the BCC may mandate third-party compliance for full transparency. In my 10 years of cannabis, we've seen regulators grow teeth and deliver on enforcment. At the end of the day, protecting your license is protecting your most valuable asset and we don't mess with reacting to non-compliance (too late). If you want to be proavtive, there's a ton we do prior to the state figuring it out which values companies higher and sets our clients apart from the competition. A penny on every dollar to protect the dollar makes 99% sense. 

BCC will require METRC which uploads a daily count - easily reconcilable on any inspection or audit. This is just one example of many reporting requirements in the emergency rules and to come later. If you're a potential client that values proactive compliance as a budget item, we'd be glad to chat. Otherwise, best of luck reacting and thinking your compliance is "good enough" . Most people buzz word it and never take the time to unpack what compliance really means and the value of high standards. 

Glad your're thinking about it now, and having third-party validation means you're always ready to upload macro and micro compliance proof to any agency at any time.

7/23/2018 2:31:37 AM,
Mark Slaugh replied:

Rumors are flying that the BCC may mandate third-party compliance for full transparency. In my 10 years of cannabis, we've seen regulators grow teeth and deliver on enforcment. At the end of the day, protecting your license is protecting your most valuable asset and we don't mess with reacting to non-compliance (too late). If you want to be proavtive, there's a ton we do prior to the state figuring it out which values companies higher and sets our clients apart from the competition. A penny on every dollar to protect the dollar makes 99% sense. 

BCC will require METRC which uploads a daily count - easily reconcilable on any inspection or audit. This is just one example of many reporting requirements in the emergency rules and to come later. If you're a potential client that values proactive compliance as a budget item, we'd be glad to chat. Otherwise, best of luck reacting and thinking your compliance is "good enough" . Most people buzz word it and never take the time to unpack what compliance really means and the value of high standards. 

Glad your're thinking about it now, and having third-party validation means you're always ready to upload macro and micro compliance proof to any agency at any time.