1 : Lockheed Martin Corp.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $12,679,523,202
Defense revenue: $7,935,382,793
Civilian revenue: $4,744,140,409
2006 revenue: $39.6 billion
2006 earnings : $2.5 billion
2005 revenue: $37.2 billion
2005 earnings: $1.8 billion
Number of employees: 140,000
Headquarters: Bethesda, Md.
Web address: www.lockheedmartin.com
President/CEO: Robert Stevens, president, CEO, chairman
Head of gov't business: Linda Gooden, executive vice president, Information Systems and Global Services
Ticker: NYSE: LMT
Lines of business: Aeronautics, electronic systems, information and technology services, integrated systems and solutions and space systems
Major customers: U.S. Postal Service, Homeland Security Department, FAA, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Defense Department
Major contracts/projects: Lockheed won a $1.9 billion contract to operate the FAA''s Automated Flight Services Stations. The network provides weather briefings, en route communications, and initiates search and rescue services for the National Airspace System. The company also holds the Air and Space Operations Center Weapons Systems Integrator contract. The first task order under that contract is worth $600 million to modernize more than 20 operations centers worldwide to provide commanders a better battlespace awareness.
Previous Profile: 2006

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