FOI request: extra info on written question 17632 and on the 41 NHS Trusts that the Federated Data Platform is being implemented at currently

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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

This is a Freedom of Information request. Can you please provide the following information:

1) provide the full background note and any supplementary briefing material provided to ministers alongside the written question: 17632 - 7th March 2024 - https://questions-statements.parliament.....
2) provide the names of the 41 Trusts that are moving ahead with the FDP programme after their pilot.

Yours faithfully,

Amber Hourigan

Department of Health and Social Care

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Dear Ms Hourigan,

Thank you for your request of 10 June under the Freedom of Information Act
(our ref:FOI-1515371)

I am writing to inform you that the Department's consideration of the
balance of the public interest with regards to your request is not yet
complete and requires further time to complete in line with Section 10(3)
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Department of Health and Social Care

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