Florida-based BioTrackTHC has won a state contract with the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services to implement a seed-to-sale inventory tracking system, as it has already done in several other states.
The contract was executed on Tuesday, according to a news release from BioTrackTHC, and a spokesperson for the Delaware agency said: “We are pleased to have them as a partner.”
The spokesperson said further details on the contract – including how much BioTrackTHC will be paid – were not immediately available. However, state contracts are often worth millions, such as the $10 million contract won by MJ Freeway – a competitor of BioTrackTHC’s – in Pennsylvania.
BioTrackTHC has also won state contracts in Illinois, Hawaii, New Mexico, New York and Washington state as well as a government contract with the city of Arcata, California, according to the news release. The company recently declined to rebid on the Washington state contract, which is currently up for grabs.
Delaware has one of the smallest MMJ programs in the nation, with only three dispensaries allowed statewide.