Executive Profile: Tim Conway, NTT DATA Public Sector President

conway_tim_smallTim Conway serves as president of the public sector at NTT DATA, where he oversees the company’s business in the U.S. that works with agencies at the federal, state and local government levels.

He served as EVP of the public sector business at Keane prior to that company’s acquisition by NTT DATA in 2011.

His 23-year public sector career also includes service as senior VP and senior managing director at Xerox‘s ACS business, partner at IBM, program manager at Lockheed Martin and deputy district manager at Public Service Electric and Gas Company.

He is also a member of the public sector board of directors at TechAmerica.

Conway holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from University of Virginia.

You may also be interested in...

Christopher Copeland Managing Director

Executive Spotlight: Christopher Copeland, AFS Managing Director & CTO

Christopher Copeland, managing director and chief technology officer (CTO) of Accenture Federal Services (AFS), recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding his promotion to the CTO role. AFS announced Copeland’s appointment in Sept. 2020, where he will develop the company’s future-looking technology vision and strategy and oversee AFS’ focus on IT modernization and transformation. 

Tom Afferton, VP of Defense and Intelligence Business Unit with Northrop Grumman Defense Systems

Executive Spotlight: Tom Afferton, VP of Defense and Intelligence Business Unit with Northrop Grumman Defense Systems

Tom Afferton, vice president of Defense and Intelligence Business Unit with Northrop Grumman Defense Systems, …

Lisa Firestone MHSA President

Executive Spotlight: Lisa Firestone, MHSA President and Founder of MCA

Lisa Firestone, MHSA president and owner of Managed Care Advisors (MCA), recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding the company's new acquisitions, hires, and technologies that have expanded MCA's presence in the federal sector. She also discussed the organization's values and challenges and where MCA will move in the future as a result.