Lockheed Martin's IT business reports off quarter while the company overall shows slight growth.
Lockheed plans to hang onto Sandia Labs work; competitors expected but unknown at this time.
Stephanie C. Hill, Lockheed Martin president of Information Systems & Global Services-Civil, explains the five principles behind building a stronger workforce.
Lucrative contract attracts some of the biggest companies in the market to support intelligence operations globally.
Moves represent step ups and new position for executive pair.
Contractors prepare for prospect of deep federal budget cuts should Congress fail to reach a budget agreement before the end of the year.
Science Applications International Corp. files protest in bid to regain huge lost contract.
New software will aid in collection and dissemination of intelligence data from manned and unmanned sensors and systems.
Company will provide support services for Global Information Grid. Do you know the all-stars on their team?
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Lockheed Martin sees challenges ahead, but changes are underway as it adapts to new opportunities and market conditions.
The largest contractors in the government market, the so-called top dogs, are hunting for the bright spots in a down market.