NTT DATA Awarded Spot on $50B Alliant 2

Tim Conway, president of NTT DATA’s public sector business

Tim Conway, president of NTT DATA’s public sector business

NTT DATA Services has won a spot as a prime contractor on the Alliant 2 Government-wide Acquisition Contract by the General Services Administration.

The Alliant 2 contract vehicle, which replaces its predecessor Alliant, has a $50 billion ceiling with a 5-year base period through June 30, 2023. The contract vehicle also has a 5-year option period through June 30, 2028. Under this new contract, NTT DATA Services will have the opportunity to bid on new projects solicited by agencies across the federal government.

In addition, after successfully delivering services to clients who use the Alliant contract vehicle, NTT DATA Federal Services may continue providing federal clients with digital, application, mobility, cloud, infrastructure and security solutions under the Alliant 2 contract as a prime contract holder.

“NTT DATA’s foresight and commitment to innovation brings Alliant 2 a set of capabilities unparalleled in the Federal space,” said Tim Conway, president of public sector at NTT DATA. “We will continue to offer current and future clients technology-forward solutions that deliver mission success and exceed their expectations.”

On July 1, GSA issued a notification to proceed and recently held a kickoff for the GWAC awarded to NTT DATA Federal Services and 55 other companies.

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