Hi Gabe! Sure thing. An organization describes a move that allows you to have a small group at you disposal that helps you. Here is an example. This is from the playbook of the Factotum.
THE HARGRAVE HOUSE INFORMALS:
You skim money from the Hargrave House accounts in order to maintain a network of spies and enforcers throughout London. When you put out a word that you need help from someone in your network, select one of them from the list below and roll with Presence.
On a 10+, they show up right away and do as you wish; any rolls associated with actions they help you with are taken at Advantage.
On a 7-9, as above, but they take awhile to show up or they want something in exchange for their help, Keeper’s choice.
On a miss, word gets back to you that they are dead, frfrom violence, consumption, or worse; cross them off the list.
On a 12+, they also tell you something they have seen; the Keeper will give you helpful information or a Clue, their choice.
◒ Elsie Willow, a prostitute (red hair, laughs a lot, moth eaten dress).
◒ Kip Longfellow, a street urchin (quite short, smells of hay, weirdly red)
◒ Silas Gren, a butcher (muscular, bloody apron, looks older than he is)
◒ Velma Thenwicket, a governess (pretty, usually stern, always tired)
◒ Pig’s Ear, a pickpocket (hirsute, smells… bad, surprisingly poetic)
◒ Brother Samuel, a disgraced vicar (clean cut, smells of juniper, soft hands)
◒ Barrel Staves, a hooligan (an absolute unit)