Cannabis Permit and License Application Services

Expert Cannabis Permit and License Application Support

The complex process of navigating cannabis licensing programs is competitive, expensive and time-consuming.

While background checks are consistent, the requirements for municipal and state cannabis licensing programs are separate-but-contingent on one another…meaning any inconsistency can lead to the rejection of your application.

Our team has extensive experience completing Site Identification Plans, Zoning Checks, Development Agreements, Conditional Use Permits, Business Plans, Standard Operating Procedures, Odor Abatement and Waste Disposal Plans, and a myriad of other requirements often found in cannabis licensing applications.

We create individual and unique SOPs, ownership experience and other documentation for presenting cannabis projects to investors, municipalities and state departments alike. Utilize our experience and expertise to ensure your application is awarded the maximum number of points to be awarded licensure!

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Outsourced Cannabis Compliance Officer (CCO) Program

Over the years, we have secured hundreds of operating cannabis licenses in all available verticals.

As these companies become operational they frequently face regulatory audits by local and state administrators. When this occurs it can place licenses at risk, operators at risk and also subject operations to substantial fines. This service has become very popular!

How an outsourced Cannabis Compliance Officer (CCO) would support your business operations:

License Tracking, Renewals and Reminders:​ ​Land-Use Permit Renewal, Municipal Regulatory Permit/License Renewal, State License Renewal, Filing of Sales Tax Reminder, Filing of Cannabis Tax Reminder, Completion of Cal/OSHA 30-hr Training Reminder, Weighmaster License Application.

Audits and Remediation:​ ​Quarterly on-site facility and operational compliance audits, remediation plans, SOP creation and amendments, certification statements of compliance, physical representation at audit or inspection.

Books and Records:​ ​Required documentation organized, updated and available immediately upon audit request – employee training records, standard operating procedures, financial records, production records, inventory tracking records, waste records, sales records, quality assurance records, surveillance records.

Staff Training and Preparation:​ ​Train management on all SOPs and procedural updates.