Press Release: September 21, 2017

M2 Strategy, Inc. is excited to announce that we have been awarded a 5-year contract with NOAA to provide Management, Organizational, and Business Improvement Services to the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Line Office. Support on this effort includes Project Management, Strategic Planning, Communications, Education and Training, Legislative, Data Management, and Information Technology services.

“The NMFS provides vital services to our nation, and the resilience and health of our nation’s marine ecosystems and coastal communities is dependent upon their stewardship,” M2 Strategy President, Willow Marr, said, “M2 Strategy’s professionals are ready and eager to help the NMFS successfully transform its business processes. Our 12 years of experience at NOAA have given us a deep understanding of the unique needs and challenges of NOAA and its line offices, and our strategic and technical professionals have a long-standing history of providing roadmaps for organizations that spur innovation, ingenuity, and overall mission success.”

This contract award signifies M2 Strategy’s growing partnership with NOAA. M2 Strategy has delivered management and technical consulting services under contracts with other line offices to include the National Weather Service (NWS), the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS), the Office of Marine & Aviation Operations (OMAO), and the Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR).

M2 Strategy partnered with a highly-qualified team of companies to support the NMFS organization with its mission including iBSS, which has supported the NMFS for over 17 years and specializes in professional and technical services, cybersecurity, IT, and Engineering and The Baldwin Group, Inc., a partner to NOS and NMFS, who provides in-depth education, data management, and communication services.

 

Contact: Alaina Groat
m2.press@m2strategy.com
703-822-5600
www.m2strategy.com

 

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