NTT Data’s Federal Business Wins $218M USAID Operations Support Contract; Kevin Durkin Quoted

Kevin Durkin, President of NTT Data Federal Services

The public sector subsidiary of NTT Data Services received a potential five-year, $218M contract to provide operational and digital infrastructure support to the U.S. Agency for International Development.

The company said Wednesday it will use technology platforms to help increase overall efficiency and manage day-to-day operations at the agency under the direction of USAID’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.

Kevin Durkin, president of NTT Data Federal Services, said the firm’s government support experience and global presence will serve as a key foundation to drive agency management processes.

“We are looking forward to partnering with USAID in support of their mission for the betterment of people throughout the world,” he added.

NTT Data has supported government customers for more than five decades.

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