Oregon recreational marijuana regulators have yet to implement two recommendations state auditors issued in 2018 to rein in weaknesses in marijuana grower licensing and tracking.
The recommendations are tied to data reliability and information technology security concerns.
They call for the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, which regulates marijuana, to develop a disaster recover plan and put best industry practices in place like controls to keep marijuana test data segregated from the marijuana production environment.
The two recommendations were among 17 changes that the Oregon Secretary of State’s office called for in a February 2018 audit of the state’s marijuana licensing system and cannabis tracking systems.
Another five recommendations are only partly put in place, according to a state report