HHS Renews $10.2 Million Contract For Controversial COVID-19 Data Tracking Company

NPR: The Trump administration has renewed a controversial contract with a Pittsburgh company to collect key COVID-19 data from hospitals.

The Department of Health and Human Services decided to award a second $10.2 million, six-month contract to TeleTracking Technologies even though the company and the process by which the contract was awarded are under investigation by the HHS Inspector General and Congressional committees, an NPR Investigation has learned.

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