It sure seems like Jango didn't want to be tracked since he kills the original assassin sent after Amidala with a dart when she's about to talk, and then he flees as soon as Obi-Wan shows up on Kamino and starts asking him questions, although not without first trying to kill Obi-Wan on the launch pad. Once he realizes Obi-Wan has tracked him to Geonosis he sure seems to try his best to kill him again in the asteroid field (and he says as much to Boba, who I see no reason for him to deceive on this point).
However, the discovery of the clone army and the discovery of the Separatist plot on Geonosis are exactly the two pieces of information that Palpatine needs to get back to Coruscant in order to justify the Galactic Senate granting him emergency powers because:
- He allegedly wants to use the powers to authorize the creation of the Republic Army, and the existence of the clone army on Kamino is what makes that possible
- The immediate threat of the Separatist plot is what he uses to justify the urgent need for the creation of the Republic Army consisting of clones through emergency powers, since "the Senate would never approve the use of clones before the Separatists attack"
Is Palpatine playing 4-D chess here and this was his master plan all along, carefully coordinated with Jango to lure Obi-Wan into exactly the discoveries he needed all while making it seem like he wanted to kill him, or did Palpatine originally have a different plan, and simply jump on this opportunity when it presented itself?