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DoD and Federal Knowledge Management: Panel: Race for Talent: Developing KM Professionals for the Big Data Environment

  • Room: 339-342
Wednesday, April 27, 2022: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


Moderator (confirmed)
Joseph "Joe" Koskey
Director, Army Knowledge Management Proponent
US Army Mission Command Center of Excellence
Panelist (confirmed)
Michael "Mike" H. Clowser
Managing Partner,
Army Knowledge Manager
Panelist (confirmed)
Robert Collins
Officer Division Chief, Office Chief of Signal
US Army Signal School
Panelist (confirmed)
LTC Kristin "Kris" C. Saling, USA
Deputy Director
Army People Analytics


In October 2020, the Department of Defense (DoD) published the DoD Data Strategy to improve data management and to harness data for improved decision making at the strategic and operational levels. One objective to the strategy is to culturally transformation organizations to one soundly based upon data and analytics enabled by technology. The Army Knowledge Management (AKM) Proponent Office, understanding the need for supporting a data workforce, developed classes for the KM qualification course to support the strategy. During this session, you will be introduced to the process AKM used for determining the competencies required to fill this gap and the tools organizations are using to implement data-fueled, knowledge-driven decisions.