Lockheed Martin Corp. has reduced its headcount by 20,000 over the last two years, but more belt tightening might be needed.
Despite the severity of the attack, Lockheed Martin and the Defense Department say that little damage was done.
NASA and Lockheed Martin may be able to overcome gravity, but can they overcome federal budget limitations to put a manned crew into deep space and return it safely to Earth within the next few decades?
An investment analyst has included several government contractors on a list of his top cybersecurity stock picks.
Three major defense contractors in the Washington, D.C., region will be handing out pink slips until July.
Lockheed Martin and Carnegie Mellon have teamed up to create cyber lab.
According to a new study, government contractors understand open-source software and how it can move government agencies to cloud computing better than government officials do.
William Clark has been promoted to president and chief executive officer of Savi Technology, a subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corp.
After a delayed start due to a contractor protest almost three years ago, Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Next Generation Identification team is beginning to fully develop and deploy its enhancement of the FBI's latent fingerprint matching accuracy and introduce palm print matching to the system.
Ron Stefano has been named vice president of Mission Operations Solutions for Raytheon Co.'s Intelligence and Information Systems business.
Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide training and technical support to the Coast Guard under a five-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract that has a $57 million ceiling value.
The SBInet system might be gone, but the need for border security continues. What lessons did DHS and industry learn from the attempt to build a virtual fence along the border of the United States and Mexico?