Northrop Grumman Corp. had a strong third quarter overall as it increased sales, revenue and net income, compared to the same quarter in 2009, the company reported today. The company’s sales rose 4 percent, from $8.35 billion in the third quarter of 2009 to $8.7 billion this year.
Northrop Grumman Corp. has appointed Lesley Kalan vice president of legislative affairs, effective Oct. 25. She will report to Sid Ashworth, corporate vice president of government relations.
Rivals want the General Services Administration and Homeland Security Department to rethink their decision to award Northrop Grumman the contract to build the infrastructure for the new DHS headquarters campus.
Northrop Grumman Corp. prepares to take on the biggest construction job in Washington since the Pentagon was built.
Northrop Grumman has a slate of large contractors and a plethora of small businesses on its DHS headquarters team.
Northrop Grumman Corp. and Boeing Co. have joined forces to pursue the Missile Defense Agency’s Objective Simulation Framework competitive contract, a modeling and simulation contract that has an estimated value of $850 million.
General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin were among other bidders that Northrop Grumman prevailed against. But speculation is high that protests will be filed.
Northrop Grumman will build the IT infrastructure as the Homeland Security Department builds its new campus in Washington, D.C., during the next 10 years.
With market conditions constantly in flux, successful companies must stay on their toes, says Northrop Grumman's vice president of civil health IT, Amy King.
Northrop Grumman's Amy King, VP of health IT programs, explains what drives the company's health IT plans and where opportunities will come from.
After a week when a data storage failure in a relatively new statewide system created havoc for Virginia agencies, the final three – including the 74 branches of the Department of Motor Vehicles – are expected to resume services today. But the problems of state agency computer systems are national in scope.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has announced that an independent commission will be formed to review the weeklong computer failure that affected many state agencies. The contractor, Northrop Grumman Corp., has agreed to pay for the review of the failure.