NHS Protect: Contracts:Written question - 45408


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Asked on: 07 September 2016
Department of Health
NHS Protect: Contracts
To ask the Secretary of State for Health, which companies hold the contracts for NHS Protect and related counter-fraud investigations; what the value of those contracts is; and how much revenue those contracts produce in recouped funds and fines.
Answered by: Mr Philip Dunne
Answered on: 12 September 2016

NHS Protect is the National Health Service body responsible for co-ordinating anti-crime work in the NHS in England. Contracts for the delivery of counter fraud services at a local level are negotiated by individual NHS bodies and information on these is not held centrally. The latest performance information on both NHS Protect and Local Counter Fraud Specialists is available in the NHS Protect Annual Report 2015-16 at:


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