What is CSOS: Explanation :::::

Controlled Substance Ordering System (CSOS) is a DEA approved legal process that allows pharmacies, distributors and manufacturers to transmit Schedule II (CII) orders electronically. The DEA has provided regulations that allow CII items to be ordered electronically, provided that certain criteria are satisfied. In order to access the complete Federal Register, click here.

Currently, DEA Form 222 is required for the purchase of CII substances, which is completed manually by the purchasing entity. The new electronic ordering process utilizes an electronic signature and is intended to reduce the paperwork and costs associated with processing CII orders by the purchaser, distributor, and the DEA.

In order to facilitate awareness of this new law and its intricacies and to provide assistance in the registration process, Anda has developed this website- www.andacsos.com

AndaCSOS.com is designed to provide:

We recommend that you read and understand the issues outlined in the Federal Register that were published by the DEA in the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) under Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, 21 CFR Parts 1305 and 1311, Docket No. DEA-217F on April 1, 2005 and went into effect on May 31, 2005.

To see some of the advantages to implementing CSOS, please click here

To understand the security features associated with CSOS, please click here

To see what needs to be done to implement CSOS, please click here

©2005 andacsos.com. All rights reserved.