Sept. 8, Webinar: Moving from Leaf to new Central Cannabis Reporting System (CCRS)

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WEBINAR BONG SCORE We apply our entirely subjective  bong score to each event 1 Don’t Bother Unless You Need A Well Deserved Sleep 2 You Might Learn Something But We Hope You Didn’t Pay For It 3 This is really something, interesting presenters, well worth the money, and i actually will learn something Sept. 8, Webinar: Moving from Leaf to new Central Cannabis Reporting System (CCRS) Cannabis licensees, testing labs, and third-party system integrators are invited to attend a webinar on the new CCRS system that will soon replace much of the reporting currently accomplished through the Leaf Data System. CCRS will simplify the reporting of cannabis data and will use the state’s existing Secure Access Washington (SAW) system, which is already used by licensees for other state-required purposes. The webinar session will cover the fundamental processes and data reporting requirements of CCRS and will detail how testing, training, and technical resources and support will be provided before the system launches. WHEN: September 8, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. WHERE: Join on your computer or smart phone using Microsoft (MS) Teams.               Please use this link when the session is scheduled to begin. If you have the MS Teams app on your device, select “Open Microsoft Teams” when prompted. If you do not have the MS Teams app, click on “Continue on this browser” when prompted. Please note: MS Teams does not have a pre-registration option. Please add the meeting to your calendar and join using this link at the start time indicated above. To listen to the meeting on the phone (audio only):   Dial: +1 564-999-2000 Phone Conference ID: 469 404 732# Please note this webinar is not interactive, and attendees will be in Listen Only mode.  If you are unable to attend or if you experience technical…

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