Lockheed Martin Gets $400 Million Pentagon Order

Lockheed Martin Gets $400 Million Pentagon Order

Lockheed Martin Corp. has won a 10-year task order that could be worth up to $400 million to provide a broad range of information technology services to the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

Under the contract, the Bethesda, Md.-based company will provide seat management, network services, application packages and development, information assurance, document management and enterprise e-mail through its systems solutions unit.

The indefinite quantity, indefinite delivery order was awarded in November 2000, according to Dan Norton, director of Lockheed Martin's seat management program. The order was placed through a General Services Administration vehicle.

Lockheed Martin hopes to provide seat management for up to 7,500 seats in the Washington metropolitan area under this contract. The first order for 1,000 seats is expected to be fielded in the next few months.

"It actually is a total managed infrastructure service," Norton said. "That's our sweet spot, our skill set and ... direction in the company plan."

Norton said Lockheed Martin is pursuing a couple of other seat management projects that are imminent, but he declined to identify them. A number of agencies are waiting to see whether this project is successful, he said.

In December, Lockheed Martin won a 10-year, $378 million network management task order under GSA's Millennia contract for the Defense Department's Network Infrastructure Services Agency.

Millennia is a $25 billion vehicle awarded to 12 companies used by agencies looking to field large IT projects quickly.

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