The implementation of a knowledge management system to the acquisition organization at a major systems command.
Goodrich, Mark R.
Nissen, Mark E.
Barnard, James M.
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The thesis discusses the potential implementation of a knowledge management system to the contracting organization at a major systems command. In doing so, it examines ongoing DoD and private knowledge-based projects and discusses obstacles, feasibility and benefits of implementation of a knowledge- based system for the acquisition function at a major systems command (SYSCOM). The thesis also makes recommendations for eventual implementation plans. Also included is a discussion of the change in organizational processes made as a result of implementation. It is envisioned that the thesis could be used as a model for the eventual implementation of a knowledge based system that would support the contracting activities at a major systems command to alleviate future problems with a workforce that is rapidly approaching retirement eligibility and the diminished financial resources available for the hiring of replacement employees.
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