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NTT Data Services EVP Tim Conway Wins Second Wash100 Award

Tim Conway, executive vice president of NTT Data Services and president of its public sector business, has received his second Wash100 Award, the most coveted award in all of government contracting (GovCon). 

Executive Mosaic has recognized Tim Conway with a 2021 Wash100 Award for his leadership and his efforts to drive the company’s expansion of federal health digital service offerings and helping federal and state governments implement technologies for enhanced customer experience.

Previously, Conway had received a 2017 Wash100 Award for his contributions to the GovCon industry and as a result of his leadership in the company’s acquisition of the former Dell Services business for $3.05 billion as well as the integration of the latter’s cloud computing, business process outsourcing and technology infrastructure into NTT Data’s information technology and consulting services for public sector agencies.

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Visit Wash100.com to cast a vote for Tim Conway as the most significant executive of consequence to the GovCon sector. Cast your TEN votes TODAY to advocate your favorite leaders in the federal and government sectors. The elite leader with the most votes by April 30th will be recognized by the GovCon community as the industry’s most influential member.

Executive Mosaic congratulates the NTT Data team and Tim Conway for his second Wash100 Award. Conway’s efforts to increase the company’s footprint in the government contracting area positioned him as a top GovCon executive to consider in 2021.

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