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NTT Data Services Eyes Continued IT Work for Army Via ITES-3S; Kevin Durkin Quoted

Kevin Durkin

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 22, 2018 — NTT Data Services‘ public sector subsidiary will work to deliver information technology services to the U.S. Army through its position on the potential $12.1B Information Technology Enterprise Solutions – 3 Services procurement vehicle, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

The company said Wednesday NTT Data Services Federal Government secured a prime position on the multi-award contract, which builds on its previous work under ITES-2S in areas such as business process reengineering, cybersecurity, enterprise design, IT supply chain management and training.

“Recent R&D investments in data analytics and cybersecurity are having a positive impact on our commercial clients, and we look forward to bringing the latest technology-forward solutions to our current and future Army clients,” said Kevin Durkin, president of NTT Data Services Federal Government.

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