Savi Technology, a Lockheed Martin company, has named William Maggs to the newly created position of chief technology officer. He also will serve as senior vice president of technology operations. In his dual roles, he will be the chief catalyst for innovation as well as the focal point for all technology operations.
General Dynamics Corp. has awarded partner Lockheed Martin Corp. a $71 million contract to provide communications hardware and equipment for the transmission subsystem as part of their work on the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 2 project.
Lockheed Martin’s Space Systems Company’s Advanced Technology Center to assist the DHS Science & Technology Directorate’s Complex Event Modeling Simulation and Analysis (CEMSA) project under a five-year, $7 million contract.
Lockheed Martin has joined the Cloud Security Alliance, an organization dedicated to promoting best practices for securing the cloud.
Lockheed Martin Corp. continues to make what it deems are necessary adjustments to its internal structure with key changes to its Information Systems and Global Solutions unit, according to a second quarter 2010 financial report issued today.
Lockheed will refine and validate the requirements and architecture of the Transportation Department’s planned new communications infrastructure that ultimately will permit safety and traffic systems to communicate.
Lockheed Martin Corp. has unveiled a program intended to save money and trim the number of its directors and vice presidents, according to a company statement dated July 6.
Lockheed Martin Corp.'s advanced lab in New Jersey is counting tweets as part of its research on how to track and analyze social media use for disaster response.
Vendors are looking over changes that the Homeland Security Department plans for a contracting vehicle that its agencies have used to buy information technology worth billions.
The decision to sell two units and drop $1.3 billion in revenue is part of a strategy to focus on core competencies.
SAIC Inc. today announced that A. Thomas Young has been elected non-executive chairman of the board of directors effective June 18. Young succeeds Ken Dahlberg, who retired from the board the same day after the company’s annual stockholders meeting.
Lockheed Martin Corp. will furnish additional aerostat surveillance systems to the Army for use in detecting threats to ground forces from roadside bombs and other means under a $142 million contract.