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Dr. John Bordeaux brings over 30 years’ experience working issues of national security and knowledge management. He holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy, which focused on Organizational Informatics: described as a study of the role of computerized information systems and communication systems in organizations – to include the study of their effective implementation, use, organizational value, conditions that facilitate risks of failures, and their consequences for people and an organization’s clients.In addition, Dr. Bordeaux holds a Masters in Information Systems and a Bachelors in Governmental Administration.
Associate Partner, IBM Global Business Services
Knowledge Management and Social Business focus for the Strategy & Transformation global team.
Director, Knowledge Innovation, Stupski Foundation
Co-design, develop and manage all of the foundation’s learning, knowledge management and performance measurement protocols and systems. Transitioned internal Information Technology program from enterprise computing model to cloud-based services. Designed Knowledge Platform strategy: research base, online community, and tools to scale change. Developed operating plan and high-level architecture, along with operating principles that reflect open design. Advised on research design; advanced emerging methods based on complexity principles for evaluating innovations in education.
Project on National Security Reform, Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress
Chief Knowledge Officer, SRA International Inc.
Responsible for internal knowledge management for SRA International, Inc. Developed vision, guidance, tracking metrics and critical success factors. Coordinated with lines of business, HR, IT, and Strategy to assist in execution of corporate strategy. Successfully advocated for upgrades to “information management and collaboration dial tone” by securing resources for enterprise portal – intranet and extranet – and overseeing implementation.
Assistant Secretary of Defense, (Networks & Information Integration)
Subject Matter Expert, assisted with the development of, and provided original content for, the Department of Defense Information Sharing Strategy (released 4 May 2007)
U.S. Naval Personnel Development Command
Designed Naval Personnel Development Command’s Center for Information Technology’s (CIT) Knowledge Management Directorate roles, responsibilities and functions; developed procedures for the management of CIT Communities of Practice on the Navy Knowledge Online portal environment.
Defense Information Systems Agency – Command Center Engineering
Knowledge Management Lead for the National Military Command System Information Resource Management Portal. Developed enterprise taxonomy and process/workflow mapping to determine successful modes of presentation for content.
Department of Health and Human Services
Knowledge Management advisor to the Department of Health and Human Services Portal project – drafted business goals for the Department’s Intranet and Internet initiatives and advising on the process and workflow reengineering effort.
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