Conference puts knowledge to work

Paul T. Craven, left, and Andy Bailey of the Labor Department use some of the tools of the trade in tracking the sessions.

Mike Novak

Robert E. Neilson

If knowledge is power, agency officials got some lessons in turning up the voltage last week at a Digital Government Institute-sponsored conference titled, 'Boosting the Return on Agency Intellectual Assets.'

Mike Novak, senior program analyst at the IRS, talks about clearing the barriers to knowledge sharing.

Robert E. Neilson, chief knowledge officer and professor at the National Defense University's IRM College, conducts a session on tapping intellectual assets to transform agency decision-making.




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