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Literature in knowledge management reveals that there are a number of knowledge sharing (KS) models. A range of models exists as a result of differed view on the subject which is broad and subjective. Some of the models address the antecedents or factors influencing KS whilst the others address the relationship between KS and performance. The benefit of KS cannot be materialized if it does not contribute to organizational attribute. Despite the variety of models, only a few focuses on KS in public sectors. This could resulted from a situation whereby KS is at its infancy in public services.. This paper reviews the existing models of KS and upon a critical review, a KS model which is thought to be suitable for used by public sector in Malaysia is then proposed. The proposed model provides foundation for subsequent research to firstly investigate factors affecting KS in public sector and secondly, seek to identify the relationship between KS, organizational performance and service delivery.