Federal Knowledge Management Spending Will Reach $1.3 Billion, Report Says

Nov 11, 2005

U.S. Federal Government spending on knowledge management solutions is expected to increase 35% over the next five years to reach $1.3 billion by fiscal year 2010 (FY10), according to a report released by INPUT, an authority on government business.

Knowledge management systems will begin to focus on tying all of an agency's information together and making it available in a manner that is supportive of the agency's management or mission performance process. A large part of knowledge management systems will be focused on enabling communications so that an agency can tap into its greatest knowledge base, its employees. INPUT's Federal Knowledge Management MarketView report is available to INPUT Network members subscribing to the Federal Market Analysis program.