Guam govt. to include registry, product tracking, and business compliance in cannabis contracts

Dubbed in its cover letter as a request for a "Cannabis Seed to Sale System and professional services," the government of Guam is seeking to contract out a wide range of duties related to both the medicinal and adult-use cannabis industries.

Although both have been approved for years, the system is a key requirement in order for legal, retail and business-to-business sales to begin.

The Department of Public Health and Social Services issued a request for proposals Friday, looking for offers to design, install, maintain and operate the program for between five and 10 years.

As "seed to sale" implies, a main component of the contract is to be able to track cannabis sold on Guam from the time it is being grown until it gets into consumers' hands – including disposal and when it's manufactured into products like edibles.


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