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Supplier Membership

Any supplier or partner who is committed to our core aims and fulfills our simple criteria can become a member of LocalGov Drupal by paying an annual membership fee.

We have two supplier offers:

  • Drupal Agency suppliers
  • Supplier Partner organizations - that supply software or hosting solutions not offered through the core distribution but that are trusted by councils and integrate well with the distribution.


Membership benefits

Primarily supplier members will gain access to this growing pool of councils who are part of this unique project, but there are a host of other benefits, these include:

  • Demonstrating your support for LocalGov Drupal, value for money public services and the open source community.

Event & networking 

  • Access to LocalGov Drupal events
  • Discounts on tickets to LocalGov Drupal events
  • Promote job opportunities on LocalGov Drupal website and slack channels

Lead generation & thought leadership

  • Listing as a recommended supplier on the LGD website
  • Company profile page on the LGD website
  • Featured case study on the LGD website
  • Present to councils at a quarterly LGD show-and-tell
  • Present at LocaGov Drupal events
  • LGD representative can attend your event / client meeting where possible

Governance and influence

  • Nominate individuals for election to the Technical Group, Product Group 


Words from a supplier

Big Blue Door is a Drupal agency supplier working with a number of councils to build and maintain their LocalGov Drupal sites.

They explain why they use LocalGov Drupal and some of the benefits. 


How to become a supplier member

To ensure that our council members receive the best possible service we screen applications from suppliers before we allow membership.

Suppliers should be working with, and be recommended by a LocalGov Drupal council. In some circumstances we also consider those who have a client using LocalGov Drupal or have a potential client with LocalGov Drupal

In addition, all suppliers need to:

  • provide councils with the features and flexibility to meet user needs
  • be backed by excellent customer service and documentation
  • be fairly priced, and straightforward to start using
  • provide comprehensive APIs as standard, not as an add-on
  • adhere to the GOV.UK technology code of practice


Non-Drupal technical suppliers or partners

To get the ball rolling please contact us on


Drupal agencies

Drupal agencies wishing to become members of LocalGov Drupal need to: 

  • have a proven track record of Drupal contribution, including a profile, and/ or evidence of speaking at or organising Drupal events
  • show active participation in our technical group, with frequent pull requests which are positively reviewed by their peers.
  • commit to the long term sustainability of the project
  • agree to the Memorandum of Understanding
  • agree to the community code of conducts for Slack and the wider community

The annual fee for Drupal suppliers is £10,000 per year.


The process for joining is to:

  1. fill in the form below 
  2. attend a quick onboarding session to talk through your application and let you know more about the project.
  3. get a decision on membership with a week following this meeting
  4. if successful, pay the membership fee
  5. provide contact details of team members who we will add to the comms channels (Slack and email updates) and the relevant meeting invites.
  6. join the conversation and start your LGD journey. 

If you have any questions please contact us on


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