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Bob Stevens CEO of Lockheed Martin Recognizes Employees with NOVA Award



Bob Stevens

On Friday, Oct. 28, Lockheed Martin Chairman and CEO Bob Stevens presented the company’s prestigious NOVA Award, created in 1995, to more than 100 employees from its Space Systems Company in a ceremony held at the National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C. The award recognizes individuals and teams that have made outstanding contributions to the corporate mission and business objectives.

Stevens recognized employees for outstanding achievements in seven categories. The 104 Space Systems Company employees from across the country received six team awards and five individual awards in the categories of affordability, exceptional service, full spectrum leadership, teamwork and technical excellence.

“The 2011 NOVA recipients exemplify the can-do spirit and uncompromising integrity our customers expect from us – and deserve,” said Bob Stevens. “For that, we owe our NOVA honorees our gratitude. Those honored represent the ‘best of the best’ of our outstanding workforce.”

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