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NTT Data Federal to Mentor Spear Under SBA Program; Tim Conway Quoted

Tim Conway

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 30, 2018 — A division of NTT Data will provide mentorship and business development support to information technology firm Spear as part of the Small Business Administration‘s All Small Mentor-Protege Program, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 21.

SBA approved the mentor-protege agreement between NTT Data Federal and Spear, where the former will work to leverage its experience in the public sector to facilitate “developmental gains” for the small business partner, NTT Data said Aug. 20.

“We can now partner with Spear and use our combined technology expertise in IT modernization, applications development and data analytics to improve government, while at the same time providing Spear with counseling to improve their business,” said Tim Conway, president of NTT Data’s public sector business and a Wash100 awardee.

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