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NPfIT contract reset values

11th September 2008

BT will now be paid £1 billion to deliver the NHS data spine, following a contract re-set.

The contract was originally worth £620m but the new figure reflects changes and additional requirements, health minister Ben Bradshaw told the House of Commons in a written answer. NHS Connecting for Health has indicated these include new functionality to support policy objectives, such as the 18 week waiting time target. A separate contract reset means that BT will also earn more than £1 billion as local service provider for London.

 

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Article Information

Title: NPfIT contract reset values
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 8277
Date Added: 11th Sep 2008

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