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Dr Emma Stanton and Oxford Nanopore

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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

This request relates to Dr Emma Stanton, who reportedly had a full-time role with NHS Test & Trace, and Oxford Nanopore, who reportedly have been awarded a large contract to supply testing products to NHS Test & Trace. Please answer the following questions:
- When was Dr Emma Stanton offered a position with NHS Test & Trace, and when did she commence the role?
- Where was the role advertised?
- What was her job title, and to whom did she report?
- Who was on the selection panel which appointed her
- Was this a full-time role?
- What was her salary?
- Was she paid through PAYE, or was she paid a daily rate without tax deducted?
- If she was paid a daily rate, was this paid to her directly or through a company, if the latter, which company?
- When did she give notice of her resignation?
- When did she leave the role? Or, when will she leave the role if she hasn’t already?
- What is the total value of contracts awarded for Covid testing products and services to Oxford Nanopore?
- When were these contracts awarded?
- How much has been invoiced by Oxford Nanopore for Covid related products in each of the months since April 2020 to November 2020.
- How many times did Dr Stanton meet with executives from Oxford Nanopore during her time in her role?
- Was Dr Stanton on any committees which made the decision to award any contract or contracts to Oxford Nanopore?
- When will Dr Stanton be permitted to commence her employment with Oxford Nanpore?

Yours faithfully,

Will Hacker

Department of Health and Social Care

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Dear Mr Hacker,

Please find attached the Department of Health and Social Care's response
to your recent FOI request (our ref: FOI-1281837).

Yours sincerely, 

Ruiz Alexander
Freedom of Information Team
Department of Health and Social Care

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