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Organizations have always been seeking for learning more knowledge and using it. During the employment, they prize mostly experience rather than intelligence because they are aware of the value of the knowledge which has been gained as a result of years of experience. Managers look for more experienced employees to engage their knowledge in decision makings rather than seeking for information in data bases. Nowadays, intellectual properties and knowledge are valued as much as physical and financial properties and organizations that know about their importance try to manage the intellectual properties so they can use this key asset efficiently in their process in order to form their Knowledge Management and failure in obtaining the requirements and preconditions may result in failure of Knowledge Management implementation. In this research we chose 122 individuals from NIDC’s Board of managers, deputies and analysts using simple random modeling to answer the provided questionnaire. We analyzed the results using single modeling T-Test and concluded that knowledge management implementation in NIDC confronts various obstacles and damages in four modules of creation, preservation, transmission, and usage.