Cannabis Science Inc (OTC:CBIS) has received U.S. Federal Government clearance to receive U.S. Federal Government contracts. As the world’s largest customer, the U.S. Federal Government issues over $192 billion in contracts and over $450 billion in grants annually.
Cannabis Science has completed its registration in the U.S. Government’s System for Award Management (SAM), and has applied for and received a Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code from the Defense Logistics Agency’s CAGE Program Office at the U.S. Department of Defense. Cannabis Science is now listed with all U.S. companies eligible for Federal Government Contracts.
“Achieving eligibility to access contracting opportunities with the U.S. Federal Government is a significant step for Cannabis Science,” stated Mr. Raymond C. Dabney, Cannabis Science’s President, CEO, and Co-founder. “I believe we can leverage the unique experience and expertise of our company to win new business and grow Cannabis Science’s revenue base. We also plan to work closely with our strategic partners and collaborators to access Federal contracting and grant opportunities.”
SAM is the primary vendor database for the U.S. Federal Government. Having vendor information immediately available allows the U.S. Government to rapidly find the companies with the right capabilities to offer services for required government contracts, government initiatives, research & development projects, and particular supply needs, as well as for pandemic alert and other emergency requirements.
Cannabis Science intends to explore funding opportunities, individually and with its collaborators, with institutions such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), institutes within NIH, such as the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), and others.
As part of its mandate to study drug abuse and addiction and other health effects of both legal and illegal drugs, NIDA funds a wide range of research on marijuana (cannabis); its main psychotropic ingredient, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC); and chemicals related to THC (cannabinoids). Research suggests that THC and other cannabinoids may have potential in the treatment of pain, nausea, epilepsy, obesity, wasting disease, addiction, autoimmune disorders, and other conditions. NIDA has provided and continues to provide funding for research related to therapeutic uses of cannabinoids as it pertains to its mission, including studies on the use of THC and cannabidiol (CBD), another chemical constituent of marijuana, for the treatment of pain (as an alternative to opioid pain relievers), addiction, and other disorders. (Source: Marketwired)