California Cannabis Track-and-Trace System
The California Cannabis Track-and-Trace (CCTT) system is being used statewide to record the inventory and movement of cannabis and cannabis products through the commercial cannabis supply chain. This system must be used by all annual and provisional cannabis licensees, including those with licenses for cannabis cultivation, manufacturing, retail, distribution, testing labs, and microbusinesses. For more information, please see Five Steps for Using the Track-and-Trace System (Leer en español) and the third edition of the Frequently Asked Questions About the Track-and-Trace System document.
Additionally, the state cannabis licensing authorities are hosting free CCTT workshops for licensees in October 2019. These workshops are free and do not require registration to attend. For more information about the CCTT workshops, please click here. Dates and locations for each one are also listed on the Cannabis Portal’s home page.
PowerPoint Presentations Reviewed at the Public Workshops
- Introduction to the California Cannabis Track-and-Trace System and METRC
- Product Transfer/Transport Documentation for Temporary Licensees
A Sample Sales Invoice/Shipping Manifest
Here is a sample sales invoice/shipping manifest that temporary licensees may use to document transfers of cannabis and cannabis products.