The 21st century knowledge economies require government institutions to leverage their existing knowledge and develop mechanisms to share it with key stakeholders to improve outcomes. Given the diversity of assignments held by AIS (All-India Services) officers, there has been a felt need to have a knowledge repository for sharing experiences and to facilitate the steep learning curve for a new responsibility.
To facilitate the sharing of experiences and knowledge among administrators for informed decision-making and policy implementation.
To foster dialogue amongst administrators on key policy issues.
To develop a repository of academic resources for use in training of administrators and public policy specialists.
To provide a platform for sharing the knowledge output of LBSNAA Research Centres.
To link with other knowledge networks in the country to develop a body of knowledge on public policy issues.