McKinsey banks £560,000 consulting for new test and trace body

McKinsey & Co is set to receive £563,400 for a few weeks of work to help define the “vision, purpose and narrative” of a permanent organisation to manage the coronavirus test and trace programme.

A contract document, made public ahead of today’s announcement that test and trace chief Baroness Dido Harding will lead a new National Institute for Health Protection, shows the Department of Health and Social Care enlisted McKinsey’s help in May to consult on what a permanent test and trace organisation should look like.

Full story in Civil Service World, 18 August 2020

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