Strategic Headline Sponsors in 2015
Speaker Contributors in 2015

Returning in 2016…

The 2015 Open Source Conference is at the forefront of addressing the public sectors opportunity to share, re-use and collaboratively develop software. Open source software is hailed as being flexible and crucially can reduce ICT spending, to deliver the best value for money to taxpayers. This unique event will enable delegates to examine how to take advantage of Open Source’s low cost, flexibility and transparency, overcome perceptions of risk and instability and consider the potential for Open Data to meet new societal challenges.


James Stewart
Director of Technical Architecture
Government Digital Service (Confirmed)
John Sheridan
Head of Legislation Services
The National Archives (Confirmed)
Chris Ulliott
Technical Director and Member, Open Standards Board
CESG (Confirmed)
Peter Coates
Open Source Programme Head
NHS England (Confirmed)
John Jackson
Chief Information Officer
London Borough of Camden (Confirmed)
Dale Shepherd
Digital Services Manager
Shropshire Council (Confirmed)
Definitely worthwhile to visit. Very professionally organised event with a maximum on knowledge sharing and networking.
IT Manager
This conference has quickly become a highlight of my calendar. It's a great opportunity to meet people who are really making strides in providing effective IT to government organisations. A real mind-opener.
GIS Production Support Analyst
Excellent opportunity to understand how OS investment can assist in reducing licence costs and migrate aware from propriety lock in.
Application Development Manager
Great mix of speakers
Enterprise Architect
Very interesting and informative 
IT Applications Manager