Ms. Alex Bennet, internationally recognized as an expert in knowledge management and an agent for organizational change, served as the Co-Chair of the Federal Knowledge Management Working Group from early 1999 to January 2002. During this time period, beginning in October 1998, she was the Department of the Navy Deputy Chief Information Officer for Enterprise Integration with the role of Chief Knowledge Officer. She has a Master of Science degree in Management for Organizational Effectiveness and a Master of Arts in Human Development, is a member of the Delta Epsilon Sigma and Golden Key National Honor Societies, and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems. Prior to becoming DCIO in fall 1998, Ms. Bennet acted as the DON Acquisition Reform Executive and Standards Improvement Executive. From 1994 to February 1998, she served as Director of Communications, Education and Training for Acquisition Reform on this joint government/industry/academia team, leading Acquisition Reform stand-downs and spearheading such innovative DON initiatives as the Change Through Ex-Change program and the ASN (RDA) Virtual Town Hall Meeting. During this time she personally mentored dozens of young executives. In 1994, through an exchange agreement between DON and the Department of the Treasury, Ms. Bennet spent six months leading strategic planning and development of the IRS Master Plan to educate 120,000 government workers, and designing and implementing internal and external communications for the IRS Director of Corporate Education. Beginning in 1987, Ms. Bennet worked with the Sea Lance Program Office, and then on the staffs of the Program Executive Office for Surface Ship ASW Systems and the Program Executive Office for Undersea Warfare. From 1982 to 1986 she was Public Relations Manager for Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan. She has published over 500 articles worldwide, and is an editor of several books on KM and eGovernment, and an upcoming book on the DON David Bennet is a cofounder and member of the Mountain Quest Institute. His experience spans forty years of service in Navy Military, Civil Service and Private Industry. Mr. Bennet was a cofounder and past Chairman of the Board and Chief Knowledge Officer for Dynamic Systems, Inc, a professional services firm in northern Virginia. He and his wife Alex, are now building the Mountain Quest Institute: an Inn and Research and Retreat Center set in the Monongahela National Forest of West Virginia. Dave frequently speaks at knowledge management conferences and has authored many papers on topics such as knowledge management, organizational learning and the Intelligent Complex Adaptive System. He is the author of a comprehensive guide for the application of Integrated Product Teams that includes a 250 page virtual book and a System Dynamics Flight Simulator.He is a Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Pi Sigma, and Suma Cum Laude graduate of the University of Texas, holds degrees in Mathematics, Physics, Nuclear Physics and Liberal Arts.