IMKAInitiative for Managing Knowledge Assets (corporate association)
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The group was advised by an Inter-Ministerial Coordination Committee (IMKA) subcommittee, in which the German federal archives (Bundesarchiv) was also a member.
A consortium headed by Digital Equipment, Ford, Texas Instruments, US West, Carnegie Group, and Alcorp is developing a next-generation software tool called Initiative for Managing Knowledge Assets (IMKA).
West and the Carnegie Group have formed the Initiative for Managing Knowledge Assets (IMKA) with combined contributions totalling $10 million.