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Flash Flood Threats in the Southeast and Rockies; Excessive Heat in the Southwest

Flash and small stream flooding threats linger across the southern Rockies Wednesday. Strong thunderstorms with heavy downpours may cause local flash flooding along portions of the Southeast states into Thursday. Excessive heat will continue to impact the southern California mountains and deserts into Arizona and Nevada into Thursday. Read More >



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Kevin Cooley
kevin.cooley@noaa.gov
301-427-9810

The Office of Planning and Programming for Service Delivery (OPPSD) is responsible for defining and articulating long term strategic goals and objectives through NWS/NOAA/DOC strategic plans and priorities and out-year budget cycle planning activities for the evolution of NWS products and services. The Office is responsible for oversight of subordinate portfolios to ensure portfolio management and budgetary planning is coordinated and integrated across all the NWS portfolios (Facilities; Observations; Central Processing; Dissemination; Science and Technology Infusion; and Analyze, Forecast, and Support). The Office coordinates and manages the NWS Annual Operating Planning process with financial guidance from the Chief Financial Officer. The Office manages and executes continuous evolution of NWS services by planning and executing service delivery improvements identified by the AFS portfolio, including the 11 National Service Programs. The Office tracks and reports on strategic and tactical performance measures and evaluation criteria. The Office provides end-to-end system engineering oversight across all Offices, assesses risks from a systems engineering perspective, and ensures subordinate offices follow and apply consistent engineering standards and processes, project management, system requirements management. The Office provides and conducts independent operational testing and evaluation services for the major systems in the subordinate offices. The Office oversees maintenance; systems development; logistics; repair; acquisitions; engineering; configuration management; the research to operations process; construction; and safety/environmental compliance policies, procedures, and directives.