• 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

     

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    UKGovcamp14: be prepared

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