Palantir Technologies (NYSE: PLTR) has won a five-year, $99.6 million blanket purchase agreement to modernize an enterprise data management platform for the State Department’s Bureau of Medical Services.
The bureau will use company-made software under Project Axiom to centralize data-driven workflows for diplomatic personnel health, readiness and safety programs, the data analytics company said Wednesday.
Akash Jain, president of Palantir’s U.S. government business and an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s 2023 Wash100, said the company aims to help the State Department “to better understand and proactively manage operations that help protect these individuals and their families abroad.”
The project is part of MED’s digital modernization efforts aimed at implementing a new suite of technologies that would support the bureau mission.
Denver-based Palantir has supported the State Department in the medical and health areas since 2017.