US Army Corps of Engineers
St. Louis District

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Fact Sheet

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Knowledge Management

Background

Knowledge management is the systematic process of identifying, evaluating, and retrieving an organization's information and knowledge – both tacit and explicit – in order to foster sharing and strategic use for internal and external needs. MCX CMAC helps the Corps, the Army, and DoD to capture, organize, and make available the knowledge essential for best-practice operations.  They have a proven record of providing customer-specific solutions for unique problems arising from documents in traditional and electronic formats to include knowledge management practices. In addition to developing a scalable Knowledge Repository for the existing and soon-to-be created information and knowledge assets of an organization, the MCX CMAC can also assist with the development of practices to facilitate knowledge sharing and creation outside of the physical assets.

The MCX CMAC typically performs a Knowledge Audit that outlines the knowledge assets and resources available to its customers and provides evaluations and suggested recommendations to be followed once the knowledge management project begins. The Knowledge Audit focuses on cost savings by identifying practical solutions and existing resources that can be utilized.

Services Offered

  • Knowledge Audits
  • Records Access and Management Plan Assessments
  • Development of Knowledge Transfer Strategies
  • Consulting Services for Implementation