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Executive Spotlight: NTT Data’s Tim Conway Discusses Contract Wins, IT Modernization Challenges and Company Goals

Tim Conway, executive vice president and public sector group president of NTT Data and a 2021 Wash100 Award recipient, was featured on Thursday in the latest Executive Spotlight interview with ExecutiveBiz to talk about the company’s recent contract wins and IT modernization challenges, his sales and business strategies to drive company growth as well as his future plans for the company for the rest of 2021 and beyond.

Here’s an excerpt from Conway sharing his goals for NTT Data, its clients and employees:

“This year has been difficult on our entire NTT Data extended family—our employees and clients. My continued focus is to take care of our people by helping to guide them through this pandemic and beyond- operationally, spiritually, supportively, and mentally.

We know that digital transformation is accelerating to facilitate mission success. We believe our investments in these capabilities are rapidly deployable to serve our clients.

We are looking forward to expanding our offerings to the government through participation in best-in-class contracting vehicles. We know our clients are counting on us as we emerge from these challenging times and well into the future.”

Visit ExecutiveBiz to read the full Executive Spotlight with Tim Conway, executive vice president and public sector group president of NTT Data, and don’t miss our other interviews with the most significant executives of consequence to the federal and government contracting sectors.

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