The 2016 Open Source Conference will explain and showcase the opportunities to share, re-use and collaboratively develop the right software.

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About Open Source, Open Standards 2016

Open source software provides flexibility and can reduce ICT spend to deliver best value for taxpayers. This unique conference allows delegates to better understand open source’s low cost, flexibility and transparency; and it will address common perceptions around risk and instability.

With over 240 government IT thought leaders in attendance, this year’s programme of provoking talks and engaging seminars ensures that you are at the forefront of these Government led, technological changes. 2016 marks the year which unites experts and leaders developing front and back end transformation for better public services.

Why Exhibit?Why Attend?

Highlights from Open Source, Open Standards 2015

Venue

QEII Centre

Victoria Park Plaza

Park Plaza Victoria London, 239 Vauxhall Bridge Rd, London SW1V 1EQ

The Victoria Park Plaza is a world class venue offering high quality facilities – the perfect place to meet and do business.

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Testimonials

Very interesting and informative  
IT Applications Manager Stoke-on-Trent City Council
Great conference with inspiring and convincing speakers. Open source is the future.
Clinical Research Fellow Imperial College London
Definitely worthwhile to visit. Very professionally organised event with a maximum on knowledge sharing and networking.
IT Manager City of Schoten, Amsterdam
Great mix of speakers
Enterprise Architect Highways Agency
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