Free Software Foundation Europe advocacy: International conference for Public Administrations

The European Training Centre for Social Affairs and Public Health in collaboration with Free Software Foundation Europe is organizing in Milan on 21-22 June 2007 an International Conference entitled “Free/Libre Open Source Software: A Valuable Opportunity for Public Administrations“.

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Project leader of the conference is Giampaolo Amadori, formerly European Manager of Large Accounts and Application Server Providers at IBM.

The Conference is designed for Civil servants, Senior Civil Servants (Directors & Unit Heads), lawyers and politicians in EU Member States and countries surrounding the EU who are involved in the procurement of IT solutions and in strategic decisions about innovation and eGovernment, and who provide legal advice on copyright and patents. Also the IT responsibles/Specialists providing strategic and technical advice to the Public Administrations could be extremely keen of attending.

The participation fee is 490 €. The number of participants is limited. You can also register online.

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