The study on knowledge brokers conducted by Karol Olejniczak, Tomasz Kupiec and Estelle Raimondo have been disscused in the report of US Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking.

The Commission was established to develop a strategy for increasing the availability and use of data in order to build evidence about government programs, while protecting privacy and confidentiality.

The study have been disscused in the September report in the chapter devoted to strengthening the evidence-building capacity within the Federal Government. The Commission pointed out the need for increasing role of knowledge brokers in the government, acting as intermediaries between evidence users and producers.

The full report is avaliable here: