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Spry Awarded Contract to Provide Enterprise Architecture Services to USDA

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded Spry Methods a contract to develop a Financial Assistance (FA) Tracker for the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS). USDA FAS is part of USDA’s Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services mission area. FAS plays a crucial role in promoting the prosperity of the U.S. food and agriculture sector and shares its mission area with sister agencies Farm Service Agency (FSA) and Risk Management Agency (RMA). FAS’s role also includes support for international economic development and trade through U.S. embassies and trade offices covering more than 140 countries around the world. The OCIO’s office plays an important role in the support the mission and goals of FAS though its information technology programs, initiatives and support services. One of these key programs is the Enterprise Architecture (EA) Support Services Program, which provides the architecture and governance that drives business process improvement and aligns investment decisions and program efforts with the overarching OCIO mission and strategic goals. Spry will successfully support the execution of the Enterprise Architecture Support Services Program for the OCIO. “When you combine our long history of supporting USDA with the excellence of our Enterprise Architecture Practice we are excited about bringing the OCIO’s Mission to fruition,” said Jeremy James, PMP, Chief Strategy Officer.

About Spry Methods, Inc.
Spry Methods, Inc. (Spry) is an established Small Disadvantaged Business offering Cyber Security, Enterprise, C4IT, and Management Solutions and services to the Federal government. As an ISO 9001:2008 registered and CMMI Level 3 certified 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