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NTT Data Services Federal Unit Eyes Continued Navy Support Via SeaPort-NxG; Kevin Durkin Quoted

Kevin Durkin

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 14, 2019 — NTT Data Services‘ federal business will continue to provide program management, engineering, logistics and financial management support to the U.S. Navy through its position on the potential $50B follow-up to the SeaPort-e contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

The company said Feb. 7 the selection of NTT Data Services Federal Government as a prime contractor on the SeaPort Next Generation program serves to build on its work for 10 task orders awarded under the predecessor vehicle.

“SeaPort Next Gen will allow us to continue delivering the latest solutions to our current and future Navy clients,” said Kevin Durkin, president of NTT Data Services Federal Government.

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