Knowledge management refers to strategies and practices used so that pertinent data and information is gathered, processed, disseminated, shared, and utilized to enable widespread adoption of standards and to ensure that BAFS programs, activities, and projects are designed, implemented, and monitored and evaluated in an efficient and effective manner.
- Knowledge Products (KP) Development. Promotion and dissemination of adopted standards through the strategic use of communication media, integrating research results relevant to standards and current information to educate and increase awareness, access and enhance understanding of relevant stakeholders and /or general public on food safety and quality standards for agri-fishery commodities.
- KM Monitoring and Evaluation. Assessment and monitoring of standards adoption into technical regulations by regulatory agencies and evaluation of its impact upon implementation. Notified standards through the World Trade Organization (WTO) Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee are also monitored and analyzed.
KM Monitoring and Evaluation also encompasses monitoring and evaluation of adopted PNS and its related KPS and learning interventions in increasing or sustaining market access of Philippine agriculture and fishery product exports.
From the analysis reports, policy recommendations are drafted to help widen the adoption of standards by targeted stakeholders and its adoption to technical regulations, including those relevant to increasing or sustaining the market access of Philippine agri-fishery commodities.
- Information Management System (IT, Website, Social media accounts). Maintains a knowledge management (KM) portal and its components as a strategic tool for an accurate and updated information hub through the ICT infrastructure.