The large government contractor Lockheed Martin saw profits in its Information Systems and Global Solutions fall due to weakened defense and intelligence sales.
Of the 99 deals that closed during 2010, 37 involved companies on the Top 100 list. Who were the big dealmakers?
Fraud claim stems from allegation Lockheed and its teammates were given the inside track on a GSA contract.
Lockheed Martin Corp. has been named prime contractor on the Social Security Administration’s six-year, $200 million Disability Case Processing System contract, an IT modernization program to improve the quality and speed of processing disability claims.
HP Enterprise Services won a $2.5 billion contract to manage NASA's IT services across all the agency's centers. Who did they beat to win the contract?
The New Year brings challenges and opportunities for many companies. Editor Nick Wakeman picks nine companies worth following in 2011.
Lockheed Martin's Space Systems Company will provide systems engineering for the Dextre robotic system.
SRA International Inc. has named Robert Davis vice president of business development for its National Security Sector. He will report to sector Senior Vice President Jeffrey Rydant.
The Enterprise Integration Group, which became an independent company after its formal divestiture from Lockheed Martin Corp. last week, has been renamed The SI Organization Inc., following its purchase by the private equity investment firm Veritas Capital for $815 million in cash.
Lockheed Martin Corp. completed the sale of its Enterprise Integration Group business to Veritas Capital for $815 million in cash. What drove the company to divest such a large business unit?
IBM is ready to offer the Federal Community Cloud, a secure cloud environment designed for federal agencies. Meanwhile, Lockheed Martin unveiled the Starfire Mission Ready Cloud based on pre-integrated, pretested technology.
Lockheed Martin Corp. announced that it had completed the 2010 census technology contract on schedule and under budget.