We're happy to announce this feature for our Oklahoma fam!

Background

Every licensed grower, processor, and dispensary shall complete a monthly report on a form and in a manner prescribed by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Agency.

The Agency requires the following:

Monthly reports:These reports shall be deemed untimely if not received by the Department by the fifteenth (15th) of each month for the preceding month.

(1) Dispensary reports shall include:

(A) The amount of marijuana purchased in pounds;

(B) The amount of marijuana sold or otherwise transferred in pounds;

(C) The amount of marijuana waste in pounds;

(D) If necessary, a detailed explanation of why any medical marijuana product purchased by the licensee cannot be accounted for as having been sold or still remaining in inventory;

(E) Total dollar amount of all sales to medical marijuana patients and caregivers;

(F) Total dollar amount of all taxes collected from sales to medical marijuana patients and caregivers;

(G) Any information the Department determines is necessary to ensure that all marijuana grown in Oklahoma is accounted for as required under 63 O.S. § 420 et seq. and the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act, 63 O.S. § 427.1 et seq.

(2) Grower reports shall include:

(A) The amount of marijuana harvested in pounds;

(B) The amount of marijuana purchased in pounds;

(C) The amount of marijuana sold or otherwise transferred in pounds;

(D) The amount of drying or dried marijuana on hand;

(E) The amount of marijuana waste in pounds;

(F) If necessary, a detailed explanation of why any marijuana cannot be accounted for as having been sold, disposed of, or maintained in current inventory;

(G) Total dollar amount of all sales; and

(H) Any information the Department determines is necessary to ensure that all marijuana grown in Oklahoma is accounted for as 45 required under 63 O.S. § 420 et seq. and the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act, 63 O.S. § 427.1 et seq.

(3) Processor reports shall include:

(A) The amount of marijuana purchased in pounds;

(B) The amount of marijuana sold or otherwise transferred in pounds;

(C) The amount of medical marijuana manufactured or processed in pounds;

(D) If necessary, a detailed explanation of why any marijuana cannot be accounted for as having been purchased, sold, processed, or maintained in current inventory;

(E) The amount of marijuana waste in pounds; and

(F) Any information the Department determines is necessary to ensure that all marijuana grown in Oklahoma is accounted for as required under 63 O.S. § 420 et seq. and the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act, 63 O.S. § 427.1 et seq.

(4) Submission of information and data to the Department through the seed-to-sale tracking system established by the Department, or a seed-to-sale tracking system that integrates with the Department established system, in accordance with the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Protection Act, 63 O.S. § 427.1 et seq., and these Rules shall be sufficient to satisfy monthly reporting requirements.

DISTRU and OMMA Reporting

You can now pull your monthly OMMA report directly from Distru to be submitted to the state. In order to get your account OMMA ready, be sure to follow the steps below and be sure your account is configured correctly.

Configuring Categories

First things first, product categories in your Distru account will need to Associate Distru products to Product Categories that are configured to appear in the report. Only inventory from those products will appear in the report. See the screenshot below to see how you might figure out if a category needs to be added to the OMMA report.

If you need to update these categories, select the edit “pencil” tool and make sure to toggle the button with “Include in OMMA report”.

Configuring Companies

Be sure to assign a category to vendor and customer companies. The OMMA report only includes purchases from Cultivators and Manufacturers as well as sales to Dispensaries, Labs, and Manufacturers. POs from other types of vendors or SOs to other types of customers are not included in the report.

Be sure to update company categories to ensure all accurate information is on the OMMA report.

What syncs to the OMMA report?

The report only includes `Completed` POs, SOs and Assemblies. Records with any other status are not included in the report. Therefore, before downloading the report for a given month, make sure that all POs, SOs and Assemblies for that month are in `Completed` status.

OMMA | Company Settings

In the Company Settings page, users can configure which PO and SO date fields should be considered when determining to which month a PO or a SO belongs to. Currently, they can choose between Order Date or Due Date.

OMMA | User Settings

Oklahoma admins have a new permission setting that allows them to configure who can download the OMMA report

The DISTRU OMMA Report contains the following sheets:

  • Beginning of {MONTH}: Contains inventory on hand at the beginning of the month. Inventory on hand means any inventory that is active, assembling, transferring, or selling.

  • End of {MONTH}: Contains inventory on hand at the end of the month. Inventory on hand means any inventory that is active, assembling, transferring, or selling.

  • Purchased from growers: Includes inventory purchased in POs which fulfill the following criteria: have completed status, the vendor/supplier has category Cultivator, the Order Date (or Due Date, depending on the setting) is within the month we are compiling the report for.

  • Purchased from processors: Same as Purchased from growers, but includes POs whose vendor/supplier has category Manufacturer.

  • Manufactured or processed: Includes inventory assembled in assemblies which fulfill the following criteria: have completed status and the assembly was completed within the month we are compiling the report for.

  • Sold to dispensaries: Includes inventory sold in SOs which fulfill the following criteria: have completed status, the customer has category Dispensary, the Order Date (or Due Date, depending on the setting) is within the month we are compiling the report for, returned inventory is not included - In other words, any inventory that was sold but then returned in a Distru Return associated to the Sales Order is not considered as sold, regardless of the status of the Return.

  • Sold to processors: Same as Sold to dispensaries, but includes SOs whose customer has category Manufacturer.

  • Sold to researchers: Same as Sold to dispensaries, but includes SOs whose customer has category Lab.

  • Total sales: Same as Sold to dispensaries, but includes SOs whose customer has any of the following categories: Dispensary, Manufacturer, or Lab.

  • Transported to others: Same as Sold to dispensaries, but includes all SOs regardless of the customer category.

  • Transported to you: Same as Purchased from growers, but includes all POs regardless of the vendor/supplier category.

  • Waste: Includes inventory adjusted within Stock Adjustments that fulfill the following criteria: the adjustment reason contains the word waste (case-insensitive), the adjustment removed quantity, the adjustment has a date within the month we are compiling the report for.

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