NOAA Sources Info for Future Earth Prediction Innovation Center

Jeff Brody

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration seeks market information on the development of the Earth Prediction Innovation Center, a virtual platform that is intended to establish a community earth system model for the public and accelerate the integration of research into forecast operations.

NOAA said Friday in a FedBizOpps notice that the EPIC effort will leverage resources across the agency and foster collaboration between engineers and scientists.

In addition, the venture will address research transition gaps, boost NOAA’s capacity to study weather prediction and establish a community-based unified forecast system.

Interested parties may submit responses through July 10.

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