Cyios to support Army knowledge management

Cyios Corp. has won a contract from the Army to develop and support information technology systems that provide timely information for Pentagon decision makers.

The $4.6 million contract has one base year and four option years.

Cyios, based in Washington, will work with the Army's Office of the Chief of Staff, Senior Leader Development Office. The company will provide support to develop and implement, maintain and sustain knowledge management systems that will provide accurate, and comprehensive information to officers and other senior DOD decision makers.

Knowledge management consists of a range of practices and techniques used by organizations to identify, create and distribute knowledge crucial to their operations. The practices and programs associated with this endeavor are closely tied to an organization's mission, goals and objectives.

The Senior Leader Development Office is a knowledge-focused organization that empowers the Secretary of the Army to make informed decisions with accurate data.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Washington Technology.

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