TransparencyCamp 2016 will be held on October 14-15 in Cleveland, Ohio, at the Cleveland Public Library's Downtown Campus.
For the first time ever, we're organizing our TCamp specifically around local and state issues. If you’re a journalist, activist, developer, librarian, technologist, government official, student, academic, artist, policy wonk, or anything in between, TCamp is your space. We’ll come together to figure out how open government, open data, and technology can help move us all forward towards more transparent and effective government.
So come join us in Cleveland at "The People's University!" We're lining up surprises, food, fun, and a wide range of participants from all over the country who will share their vision and their expertise. Registration is open, so don't miss out - sign up now!Register Now
What’s an unconference?
As an "unconference," TransparencyCamp honors the important contributions that each and every attendee brings to the sessions, workshops and conversations that make up this event. Attendees (yes, all of them) help create the schedule for the conference and are encouraged to step up and lead sessions themselves. Still unsure? Watch the archived keynotes and lightning talk speakers and review the notes from the sessions here.
For the last seven years...
TransparencyCamp has brought together thousands of people to share their knowledge about how to use new technologies and develop policies that make government work better for the people—and empowers people to connect more effectively with government.