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How to complete the Owner Officer Information (OOI) questionnaire (for a TTB Permit Application)

This guide walks you through how to complete an OOI through TTB’s Permits Online system. Each of the sections can be expanded.

Who must complete an OOI? 

First, log onto Permits Online and create a Permits Online Account (or login to your existing account).

Tip 1: You have a choice of having each owner/officer create their own Permits Online account, or sharing a single login for each owner/officer to complete their OOI. One benefit to filing all OOIs under a single account is that you will have all of the OOI tracking numbers handy when you need to plug them into your federal basic permit application (i.e., Brewer’s Notice, Bonded Winery, Distilled Spirits Plant, Wholesaler/Importer, etc.).

Daniel Christopherson is a beer and trademark attorney at Lehrman Beverage Law. He is an avid craft beer enthusiast who helps new and established breweries develop their business models, comply with the TTB and FDA, and protect their intellectual property.

Continued at DCBrewLaw.