ICT-KM

Description: 
The ICT-KM Program of the CGIAR promotes and supports the use of information and communications technology (ICT) and knowledge management (KM) to improve the effectiveness of the CGIAR System's work on behalf of the poor in developing countries. The ICT-KM Program is managed by the CGIAR Chief Information Officer out of Bioversity International in Rome, Italy. During its first three years, the Program was guided by a three-year ICT-KM Strategy, which was developed through broad consultations with the assistance of an Advisory Group representing most of the CGIAR's 15 Centers and functional levels. The Program's first goal is to transform how the CGIAR System works in order to preserve, produce, and improve access to the agricultural global public goods needed by the poor in developing countries. Its second goal is to establish the CGIAR System as a leading knowledge broker, bringing together all the players in an open, inclusive community for global public goods research, with development as the ultimate goal.
Subject: 
knowledge management, information sharing
Creator: 
CGIAR
Language: 
EN
Coverage: 
International
Type: 
Text
Format: 
Web Page