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My comments: [DLT]
1. This is a judgment call. The retention period is relative to who uses the material and its time-value.
2. No idea. The general rule is whatever works. Every situation is different. There is, however, a point of diminishing returns. At some point, the process becomes too cumbersome and people will not use it.
3. See attached diagram of a knowledge acquisition study that was completed for the US Government. It’s goal was to define what knowledge existed within the Science & Technology labs. The study used Controlled Vocabularies to insure accuracy. It was determined that much of the research knowledge could not be understood by the Program Managers and it was therefore, not implemented in end-user projects. For this reason, associating Acronyms, Synonyms, jargon with the Controlled Vocabularies was essential. People understand based on the language they already know and understand.
Martha Nawrocki, our Master Knowledge Engineer modeled this project. The Map was created by Dr. Richard L. Ballard, Principle Investigator
Good luck with your report. Dennis
On May 25, 2021 at 1:33:18 AM, Jay Kreshel (jkreshel@...) wrote: