NTT DATA Services' federal government business is eligible to provide information technology services to the U.S. Army through the third iteration of the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions contract worth up to $12.1B over nine years.
The company said Wednesday it is among the 135 companies that can vie for task orders under ITES-3 Services procurement vehicle.
Work under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract's base period runs through September 2023 and may extend for an additional four years.
NTT DATA noted it could offer support the military service in various areas such as cybersecurity, business process reengineering, IT supply chain management, education and training, enterprise design, integration and consolidation.
Kevin Durkin, president of NTT DATA Services Federal Government, said the company has invested in data analytics and cybersecurity R&D efforts in support of commercial clients and aims to bring the latest technology-based services to the service branch.
The company has established a presence at the Georgia Cyber Center, a public-private partnership that involved the Army.