The NHS procurement process for its Federated Data Platform is now open, providing interested suppliers one month to complete their submissions for the seven-year contract worth £480 million. The tender document includes references to Purpose-Based Access Controls, which are unique to Palantir's system and allow the platform to restrict access to certain data. Privacy campaigners critical of the procurement process are threatening legal action.
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