Showing 4 ideas for tag "knowledge management"

Department of Veterans Affairs

Improve knowledge retention/management with technology

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In my agency, we have annual "learning colleges" where colleagues present information on topics of interest to the agency. It would aid in knowledge retention and information transfer if ALL conference presentations were recorded and maintained by a designated entity within each agency. This would allow employees who are brought on staff after conferences occur to still benefit from the conference by viewing presentations... more »

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Executive Office of the President

Use "Sounding Board" in every agency (it's like Save Award)

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The Sounding Board is an initiative, launched by Secretary Clinton that enables domestic and overseas employees to submit ideas for Department innovation and reform. Employees are invited to contribute their ideas and suggestions for how to make the Department work in new, smarter, and more effective ways to advance our nation's foreign policy goals. The end goal is to provide clear and well-defined proposals for review... more »

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Department of Energy

Intra-agency wikis

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I think that an intra-agency wiki would have significant benefits to government agencies and would help the government realize potential cost savings. A wiki would provide a central, organized repository for research and analysis, which would eliminate the tremendous amount of research duplication that occurs within government and encourage consistency in knowledge. For the DOE (which I support), I could imagine a small... more »

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Department of Energy

Leveraging web-based, collaborative, knowledge management tools

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Currenlty our offices is restricted from utilizing effective web-basd collaborative tools like PBworks (a web-based collaborative wiki like tool) and Survey Monkey (a web-based survey tool) which are both utilized by other agencies. Instead we rely on outdate solutions with one seat licenses that allow only one out of hundreds employee to utilize the tools at any given time. These restrictions hamper our abiliy to effectively... more »

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