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March 12, 2009

Join the Federal Knowledge Management Initiative & Federal KM Working Group

Join the Federal Knowledge Management Initiative & Federal KM Working Group

America faces critical challenges today (information overload, brain drain in government, sharing knowledge, automating knowledge, making laws easier to understand, etc.) and enormous opportunities in the years ahead.

I truly believe KM is part of the solution that can help us overcome the challenges and seize the opportunities.

Government and private sector KM executives have united and formed the Federal Knowledge Management Initative to convince our leaders in Congress and the Obama Administration to coordinate, formalize, and centralize America's efforts around knowledge management.

This presentation by Neil Olonoff summarizes the "Federal Knowledge Management Initiative Roadmap." The initiative, begun several months ago by members of the Federal Knowledge Management Working Group, aims to establish an official center for knowledge management in the Federal Government. With this center of operations as a start, the Federal government can begin to foster knowledge sharing practices and culture, build innovation, and find solutions to the Knowledge Retention Crisis. And there is much more to the plan. Learn how you can become a part of this exciting, ambitious new direction for knowledge management in Government, by attending via phone and computer.

Download Federal Knowledge Management Initiative PPT

Join the Federal KM Working Group. No dues are involved. To join the listserv, send a blank e-mail to kmgov-subscribe@list.jpl.nasa.gov

Read the Roadmap on their Wiki page:

http://www.km.gov

Free Webinar by Dr. Leon Kappelman: Enterprise Architecture 101

Free Webinar by Dr. Leon Kappelman: Enterprise Architecture 101

More: http://courses.unt.edu/kappelman 

When: Monday, 16-March 11:30 am to 1:00 pm central

How: Register now at http://solutions.compaid.com/forms/WebinarA20090316?ProcessType=PreReg

Who: by Leon Kappelman, IT Professor at UNT; Chair, SIM Enterprise Architecture Working Group (http://eawg.simnet.org/)

For full details, please see http://courses.unt.edu/kappelman/EA101.pdf
Leon Kappelman 

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