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Spry Awarded DOI Information System Security Line of Business (ISSLoB) Support Contract

Spry Methods was awarded the Department of Interior (DOI) Information System Security Line of Business (ISSLoB) single award supporting the DOI Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO). DOI OCIO supports the Offices and Bureaus within the Department, as well as federal agency customers outside the Department, through its ISSLoB, one of six Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sponsored Risk Management Framework (RMF) Shared Service Centers (SSCs).  As the premier provider of information assurance services for systems supporting DOI, OCIO, and the federal community at large, ISSLoB provisions sound security services that balance the business need with the security risk while ensuring compliance with federal regulations. As a RMF SSC, it was established to facilitate the implementation of common RMF solutions for areas that many agencies are missing when striving to achieve greater efficiencies in executing the RMF SA&A process.

“Spry has supported the DOI for the last few years and so this win feels great because we get to do more at DOI, but more specifically, we get to support a customer that really believes in security. DOI has security at the forefront of its operational and business decisions. We are thrilled to help DOI and its customers on the ISSLoB achieve their security objectives and provide value overall to multiple entities.” Spry’s Chief Cyber Security Officer, Lori James.

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