The federal agency landscape is changing. Resources are scarce. Hiring freezes are common practice and 31 percent of the workforce is eligible for retirement as of 2017. With leaders under directive to increase employee effectiveness and reform existing operations to be leaner and more efficient, the pressure to reorganize, consolidate, and transform is intense. As circumstances continue to evolve, how will your agency deliver?
When it comes to achieving reform and driving future innovation, a knowledge management (KM) plan is a necessity. By enacting measures to identify, capture, and transfer relevant knowledge among employees throughout their careers, a smartly implemented KM strategy enables vital continuity in operations and increases flexibility in resourcing new and existing programs.