Feds read between the lines of KM

Knowledge management and its growing place in the government landscape was the focus of a three-day conference this month in Washington, held by the E-Gov Institute.

Bob Gardner of the Postal Service chats with Magda Jean-Louis of the University System of Maryland during a break between sessions on government use of knowledge management.

Gwendolyn Sutton, a knowledge management analyst for the Transportation Department's Federal Highway Administration, speaks during a session on building a business case for knowledge management. Scott Cragg, CIO of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and Gilman Louie, chief executive of the CIA's In-Q-Tel, take part in a panel discussion on national security issues.


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