Working KnowledgeCSP Awarded International Knowledge Management Consulting Services Contract from The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Great Falls, VA, October 27, 2017 —- Working KnowledgeCSP (WK), a recognized US and international provider of knowledge management solutions, announced a competitive contract award for Knowledge Management (KM) Consulting Services Contract from The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.

Under the terms of the contract, Working KnowledgeCSP, and its teammate, Enterprise Knowledge, an Arlington, VA based KM technology consulting company, will support The Global Fund’s Office of the Inspector General to formalize functional requirements, propose technical solutions, and to produce a detailed implementation plan for the development of a Knowledge Management System for The Global Fund’s Office of the Inspector General.

Working KnowledgeCSP Founder, Bill Kaplan, said, “We’re proud and excited about this international KM opportunity. Collaborating with The Global Fund on its KM efforts further expands our focus in supporting the knowledge management efforts of organizations with a mission to address global social, health, economic, and political challenges.”

About Working KnowledgeCSP
Based in Great Falls, VA (USA), Working KnowledgeCSP delivers knowledge management consulting solutions to US public sector, US private sector, and international clients. Working KnowledgeCSP began operations in 2009.

About The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is an international financing organization that aims to attract and disburse additional resources to prevent and treat HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.” A public–private partnership, the organization has its secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland. The organization began operations in January 2002.

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