Welcome to the Government Knowledge and Information Management Network (GKIMN)
The Government Knowledge and Information Management Network is the team that supports the delivery of the knowledge and information management strategy for government and is the Secretariat for the Knowledge Council. Learn more about the infrastructure that has been put in place to improve how government manages its knowledge and information.
Building government's capability in managing knowledge and information.
The strategic body established to lead government in the better use and management of its knowledge and information.
Supports those whose defining part of their work enables the creation, storage and accessibility of knowledge and information.
Brings together knowledge and information management practitioners, activities and services.
The framework defines the skills needed by KIM professionals working in government and supports their career development.
- Action plan for Government's 'Information Matters' strategy published
26 November 2009
- Government publishes professional skills framework for knowledge and information managers
05 June 2009
- Knowledge Council Chair appointed Director of Digital Engagement
13 May 2009
- New government strategy for managing knowledge and information
18 November 2008
- More news ...