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Spry Awarded Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center Capability Assessment and Planning Support (CAPS) Task Order

The Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FLENUMMETOCCEN) has awarded Spry Methods a task order award for Capability Assessment and Planning Support (CAPS). FLENUMMETOCCEN, under the direction of the Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (NAVMETOCCOM), has the mission to collect, interpret, and apply global atmospheric and oceanographic data and information in support of strategic and tactical warfare and peace-keeping initiatives. Spry will be providing support services to include facilitating and standardizing various cross-command planning processes and sub-processes, with a specific focus on transitioning capabilities expected to migrate from other organizations, such as the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL).  This work will include gathering, synthesizing, tracking and reporting information regarding future capabilities will cross both technical and business areas coordinate these activities with senior-level stakeholders.

“Spry is honored to have been selected to assist FLENUMMETOCCEN  in operationalizing  new capabilities from multiple commands to help resolve emergent warfighter needs, we are most  proud of any role we have that supports the warfare in any way,” said Mark Gadomski, senior vice president for Spry Methods C5I operations.

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Spry Methods, Inc. (Spry) is an established Small Disadvantaged Business offering Information Assurance, Cyber Security, Enterprise Resource Planning, Information Technology, Systems Engineering, Business Process Consulting, and Financial Management services to the Federal government. As an ISO 9001:2008 registered company, Spry is committed to quality and continuous improvement. Spry’s professionals pair industry knowledge and experience with unmatched responsiveness to consistently deliver superior support to their customers within the DoD, Federal Civilian, and Intelligence Communities. For more information, visit or e‐mail [email protected].