Just ask Panantir why the 20,000,000 Americans will be vaccinated by December 31, 2020 missed the mark by more than 17,000,000.
On a personal note I have known about Palantir for many years, I personally resent Panantir being involved in the Vaccination Data of Americans.
You make your own choice for your personal Safety and Health.
By Michael G. Stogner
From USA Today Article
Tiberius is the eyes and ears of the entire COVID-19 vaccination tracking operation, drawing directly from the COVID-19 Data Lake and in-transit data on shipments from FedEx and others.
Software tailored for Operation Warp Speed by government data contractor Palantir, Tiberius combines logistics information with census data to coordinate distribution of the vaccine. The tool is adapted from Palantir’s Foundry platform, used to manage supply chains across industries like aviation and auto manufacturing as well as the United Nations’ World Food Program.
Palantir has taken heat for its work with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, where its software is being used to track undocumented immigrants. But it’s also rapidly expanded its business with other parts of the government. In addition to ICE, Palantir has worked with the Department of Defense, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI. Last week, the company was awarded a $44 million contract with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for data management and analysis.
Tiberius is what Operation Warp Speed and the CDC will use to calculate their weekly allotments to states, territories and jurisdictions, taking into account inventory, storage capacity and target populations. The idea is to keep vaccine doses from piling up or getting wasted between the manufacturer and the vaccination site.
More than 600 representatives across 64 jurisdictions — which include states, territories and federal agencies — will have login credentials to Tiberius to check on their weekly allotments of vaccine. Health officials can also check the status of their vaccine orders through Tiberius.
Some of Tiberius’s additional features include incident management, planning, tracking, data visualization and modeling, said Blumenstock. These features help with decisions such as how and when to distribute doses to counties or hospitals based on the numbers of front-line health care workers or residents of long-term care facilities. A separate Tiberius feature currently being developed is a marketplace where states and jurisdictions can exchange vaccine doses.