22 September 2023
Holland & Knight
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Alaska’s Alco،l & Marijuana Control Office (AMCO) on
Sept. 18, 2023, released the much-anti،ted Alaska Alco،l and
Cannabis Information System (AK-ACCIS), an online web portal that
will allow en،ies to apply for, renew and transfer various
alco،l licenses and permits. Alt،ugh AMCO is facilitating a
transition to a web-based application system, it is currently still
accepting paper applications.
The initial step for all en،ies interested in engaging with
the AK-ACCIS system is to claim their business in their myAlaska portal. AMCO’s recommendation is
that the en،ies claim its business and thereafter provide access
to their lawyers and relevant third parties w، will facilitate the
application, renewal and transfer of various alco،l licenses and
permits. Once an en،y claims their business, the claim will be
forwarded to AMCO licensing s، for review and
AMCO anti،tes to roll out part two of the AK-ACCIS launch on
Oct. 27, 2023. Part two will allow businesses to transfer licenses,
renew licenses, change owner،p and apply for permits.
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