Lockheed Martin sees challenges ahead, but changes are underway as it adapts to new opportunities and market conditions.
The largest contractors in the government market, the so-called top dogs, are hunting for the bright spots in a down market.
Imaging systems provide mission-critical, all-weather visual and electronic search capabilities for several classes of submarines.
The contractor will provide a full platform of IT and data solutions to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the U.S. Marshals Service.
Support services for Navy command centers include program management, technical engineering support, and data management.
Hewlett-Packard adds Lockheed Martin to its team as the competition comes down to HP and Harris.
Company prevails after GAO denies losing bidder's protest, clearing way for Lockheed to work at the bottom of the world.
Under $454M Alliant task order Lockheed will assist DOD stop cyber crimes and identity thieves.
Shrinking domestic sales are prompting U.S. and European defense contractors to consider M&As, Christopher Kubasik tells the Wall Street Journal.
Contract calls for development and delivery of 24 new training devices and program management and engineering services.
Contract extends Lockheed’s maintenance, operations, hosting and development services for the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System.
Revenue in its information systems division takes a dip as two large programs come to an end.