Texas Scorecard has obtained a copy of the $295 million, 27-month agreement recently signed by Texas Department of State Health Services and New York-based tech company MTX Group for contact tracing.

Contact tracing refers to a process where researchers attempt to identify everyone a confirmed carrier of the Chinese coronavirus may have come into contact with. Those potentially exposed are then reported to public health authorities and encouraged to get tested or be quarantined.

View the partially redacted contract below:

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“Someone’s always keeping score. We think it ought to be the citizens.”

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