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NTT Data Secures Contract with the Texas Department of Transportation; Chris Merdon Quoted

Jeff Brody

NTT Data Services announced on Wednesday that the company has secured a five-year contract with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to provide IT infrastructure, engineering services and traffic network support.

“Over the past six years, our talented team has successfully stabilized and standardized the IT environment for TxDOT,” said Chris Merdon, senior vice president of NTT DATA Services’ public sector. “By growing our partnership, we’ll enable TxDOT to build on their operational success with innovation that drives increased productivity.”

NTT Data has worked with TxDOT since 2013. Under the new contract, the company will implement enhanced predictive analytics and automation to improve operational efficiency of infrastructure operations, end user computing, database support, applications maintenance, engineering services, and network management, among other IT-related services.

The contract is designed to help TxDOT leverage technology advancements, such as self-service and artificial intelligence, to increase productivity, enhance customer service and strengthen security capabilities.

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