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NTT Data Services Federal Unit to Deliver IT Mgmt Support for NIAID, Tim Conway Quoted

Tim Conway

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 20, 2019 — A public sector subsidiary of NTT Data Services will provide information technology help desk and field services as well as IT management support to an office within the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases under a potential $60M contract, ExecutiveBiz reported March 7.

The company said March 7 NTT Data Services Federal Government will continue its previous work with the NIAID Office of Science Management and Operations to help drive the agency’s effort to study infectious, immunologic and allergic diseases.

“This contract will allow us to deliver the latest innovations and technologies to NIAID with very low transition risk,” noted Tim Conway, president of public sector at NTT Data Services and a past Wash100 awardee.

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