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NTT Data to Help Manage CDC IT Infrastructure Under $114M Contract; Tim Conway Quoted

Tim Conway

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 10, 2019 — A public sector division of NTT Data Services won a potential five-year, $114M contract to provide information technology infrastructure management support to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ExecutiveBiz reported Sept. 30.

NTT Data Services Federal Government will also help CDC protect IT applications and users from cyber threats as well as provide infrastructure emergency preparedness and service desk support under the contract, the company said Sept. 30.

“This new contract will allow us to continue to leverage and deliver the capabilities of our global NTT network, while enabling the CDC to embrace innovative, digital solutions that allow them to more effectively protect our country from health threats,” said Tim Conway, president of the NTT Data public sector business and a 2017 Wash100 winner.

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