• What

    Govcamps are events where the participants lead the agenda – in fact, there isn’t one until people make suggestions for what they’d like to talk about at the start of the day.

    • It’s free to attend
    • There are no keynotes or sponsor pitches
    • It’s open to anyone: public/private/whatever sector, whether this stuff is your work, or you’re just passionate about it
    • It’s run to the hippy principles of Open Space events, so people wander in and out of sessions, tweet, blog and take photos all the while

    More about how UKGovcamp works

     

  • Support Govcamp

    We had some awesome sponsors for 2015 – if you’d like your organisation to support Govcamping for 2016 please get in touch!

  • Our supporters

  • UKGovcamp news

    #ukgc16 is on!

    After lots of feedback and visits to many venues, we’ve confirmed a location for UKGovCamp 2016: Her Majesty’s Treasury, 1 Horse Guards Road, London (map) Monitor progress on the related Trello card. Interested in sponsoring? …

    Logos for website

    Looking forward to #ukgc15?

    Are you? I know we are! *Doing the happy dance right now* It’s less than a week to go, and it’s all hands on deck for us organisers. A long …

    You Spoke, we Listened.

    UKGovcamp 2015 is on!

    The 8th annual UKGovcamp is on Saturday 24 January 2015 at Microsoft UK, 80-100 Victoria Street. Hoorah!   You spoke, we listened.   Earlier on this year we crowdsourced feedback from …