Salem, OR - Today, Secretary of State Bev Clarno released a follow-up report on the 2018 audit of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission’s Cannabis Information System. The follow-up report found that OLCC has taken steps to improve the states recreational marijuana program and the information systems that support it, but found opportunities to increase recreational marijuana regulation processes and IT security.
“Voters approved the production, sale, and use of recreational marijuana in Oregon, and it is important that OLCC has a secure and reliable system to track cannabis in the state,” said Secretary Clarno. “Recreational marijuana is a high-risk industry. This follow-up report identifies improvements made by OLCC, and several areas where OLCC can enhance the tracking systems and increase security to make the Cannabis Information Systems more secure.”
The agency is working with the Cannabis Tracking System vendor to improve system functionality and update security requirements.
Read the full report on the Secretary of State website.