NHS trust CIO: Budget constraints makes agile and DevOps impossible without supplier help

Sooraj Shah
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Cindy Fedell says that the Trust has got into trouble before over its long-term development plans
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Cindy Fedell says that the Trust has got into trouble before over its long-term development plans

With budgets cut, Bradford NHS Trust CIO Cindy Fedell believes it is impossible to sustain in-house development

Budget constraints in the NHS mean that it is a challenge for trusts to "go agile" and almost impossible to implement DevOps without the assistance of a supplier. That's according to Cindy Fedel...

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