Government refuses review NHS data platform, ahead of Palantir award

20/07/2022 | The Register

The government has refused to open a public consultation into the  NHS Federated Data Platform (FDP), which a report in The Guardian suggests Palantir are the favourite to be awarded the £360 million contract. Gillian Keegan, Minister of State for Care and Mental Health told Parliament that NHS England is not proposing to conduct an open debate on the Federated Data Platform's nature or remit.

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