[Board] DGI's DoD Knowledge Management Conference
owen at ambur.net
Mon Sep 28 14:55:58 CDT 2009
Kathy, I don't see any reference to "records" in the agenda
ference.shtml> but am nonetheless copying my colleagues on FIRM's board of
directors for their information. (If the agenda included any reference to
records, I'd probably want to post a link at
http://firmcouncil.org/calendar.htm) It would be especially good to foster
understanding of how DoD's KM initiatives relate to and take into account
DoD Std. 5015.2 <http://jitc.fhu.disa.mil/recmgt/> .
Nor do I see any reference to XML in the agenda; otherwise I'd want to post
a link at http://xml.gov/index.asp#October and perhaps a notice on the
xmlCoP's listerv. The connection between KM and XML is very close. See,
for example, http://www.gca.org/papers/xmleurope2001/papers/html/s10-3.html
999).pdf & http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=568235.568242 So it is
disappointing not to see XML referenced in the agenda of DoD's KM
It would be too much to expect the agenda to reference AIIM's emerging
Strategy Markup Language (StratML <http://xml.gov/stratml/index.htm> )
standard. However, folks like Sandy Speake, whose title includes the term
"Strategic" should be aware of and thinking about how to leverage the
standard in all stages of the information management life-cycle.
I hope and trust that you've contacted the KMWG
<http://wiki.nasa.gov/cm/wiki/?id=1926> to help get the word out.
Co-Chair Emeritus, <http://xml.gov/index.asp> xmlCoP
Co-Chair, AIIM <http://xml.gov/stratml/index.htm> StratML Committee
Member, AIIM <http://www.aiim.org/Standards/article.aspx?ID=29284> iECM
Invited Expert, W3C <http://www.w3.org/2007/eGov/IG/> eGov IG
Communications/Membership Director, <http://firmcouncil.org/id5.html> FIRM
Former Project Manager, <http://et.gov/> ET.gov
<http://ambur.net/bio.htm> Brief Bio
From: Kathy Hughes [mailto:kathy at digitalgovernment.com]
Sent: Monday, September 28, 2009 2:14 PM
To: owen at ambur.net; Owen.Ambur at verizon.net
Subject: DGI's DoD Knowledge Management Conference
I understand you are the point-of-contact for the Federal Information and
Records Managers Council.
Digital Government Institute is hosting a complimentary government
conference on October 15 in Washington, DC and I wanted to see if you think
your members would be interested in learning more about the event. I've
summarized the event below, and while the conference title is "DoD" we
certainly welcome government professionals representing other federal
civilian branches as well.
Thank you for your consideration in passing this information along. Please
let me know if you have any questions.
Digital Government Institute's
DoD Knowledge Management Conference
October 15, 2009,
Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, DC
This complimentary government conference will explore the significant
progress made by the DoD and military services to employ Knowledge
Management tools and techniques for improved interoperability, business
operations, and decision-support. Sessions will highlight successful
knowledge sharing initiatives underway, cross-boundary collaborations by DoD
stakeholders, as well as barriers to further progress and discussion of how
to remove them. Professionals representing all forms of government are
invited to attend this collaborative, professional networking opportunity.
For more information, including how to register, visit:
or contact info at digitalgovernment.com.
Vice President, Marketing
Digital Government Institute
. Can the Cloud be Secured? Webinar: Sept. 24
. DoD Knowledge Management Conference & Expo: October 15
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Webinar: October 20
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