Lockheed tops executive pay survey

Lockheed Martin Corp.'s chairman and chief executive officer Robert Stevens is the highest paid executive in the Washington region, according to a survey released today by the Washington Post. He received $26 million in total compensation.

Other executives of government contractors based in the Washington area on the list includes General Dynamics Corp. chairman and CEO Nicholas Chabraja with $18.5 million; Michael Laphen, Computer Sciences Corp.'s chairman and CEO, with $13.3 million; and former CSC chairman and CEO Van Honeycutt with $12.5 million. They all held top 10 spots in the survey.

Lockheed Martin, CSC and General Dynamics are rank highly on Washington Technology's Top 100 list of the largest government contractors.

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