Washington State’s cannabis tracking contract up for bid
DENVER (AP) — Washington state regulators have begun accepting bids for a new seed-to-sale tracking system to keep tabs on marijuana commerce, a deal with an initial value of about $3 million.
The competition likely will be fierce, given that the contract involves one of the nation’s largest cannabis markets.
But businesses won’t be squaring off against the provider of the state’s current seed-to-sale system, BioTrackTHC.
The company said it has no plans to bid for the new contract, saying it is uncomfortable with some specifics of the state’s proposal.
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