We give the breakdown of the biggest contracts for the first two months of fiscal 2013. Who are the big winners?
Seven companies will compete for task orders under the $900 million Battlespace Awareness Support Portfolio contract.
Lockheed Martin's Christopher Kubasik, who was slated to become CEO on Jan. 1, was fired for having an affair. Marillyn Hewson tapped to be new CEO.
Lockheed Martin will consolidate the Labor Department's data centers into a single facility before a move to the cloud.
Twenty companies will compete for task orders under the Army's $10 billion Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems contract.
Lockheed Martin will provide the Army with combat vehicle simulator upgrades and the Marine Corps with new training systems.
Government contractors will be represented on a list of the 100 most desirable places to work, according to a survey of recent college grads.
Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide the U.S. Coast Guard with MONAXOffice system, which aims to improve the updating of electronic health recrods on wireless devices.
Lockheed Martin will lead a team the automous capabilities of unmanned aircraft.
Contract calls for software and engineering services by Sept. 27, 2017.
Lockheed Martin is now free to begin working on the $4.6 billion Global Information Grid contract after the GAO denies SAIC protest.
Contractors are not required to give advance notice of mass layoffs or facility closures before sequestration kicks in, with such costs being deemed allowable by the White House's recent guidance.