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Lockheed Martin Names New VP of Communications for MS2 Business

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has appointed Kimberly Ramalho vice president of communications for its Mission Systems and Sensors (MS2) business, which is part of the electronic systems business area and employs nearly 15,000. “Kimberly joins MS2 at an exciting time as we continue to grow our core U.S. and international …

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Contractors Flocking to Job Fairs

Job seekers with active security clearances, go dust off your resumes. Area government contractors have available positions, and they’re eager to fill them. Federal News Radio and the Baltimore Business Journal reported this week contractor job fairs are popping up all over the metro. Contractors such as Lockheed Martin, Northrop …

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Judy Marks to Take Siemens to New Federal Heights

Judy Marks will step into her new position today as lead of Siemens freshly launched federal business unit. In its bid to increase its federal presence, Siemens chose the 27-year veteran of Lockheed Martin to help the company double its federal sales. In an interview with The Washington Post, Eric …

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Area Contractors Honored for Corporate Giving

The Washington Business Journal honored philanthropic-minded D.C. metro area companies last night at its annual Philanthropy Awards. Through monetary donations and volunteerism, many government-contracting firms gave back to the community in 2010. WBJ spotlighted those that rose above. Lockheed Martin lead the way with local donations of $5.6 million and …

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Open Source Makes Waves in Government

Fast on the heels of cloud-computing, open source software is making a big splash on the government IT scene. The VA recently released a RFP for an open source solution for its Veterans Integrated System Technology EHR system, and the Defense Department has jumped on the open source train as …

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Lockheed Aids Marines with Disaster Relief Technology

In the event of a crisis, minutes matter. The faster aid and assistance can be mobilized, the more likely victims survive and society recovers. Government contractors have long responded to calls for aid in the wake of disasters of all kinds. They’ve sent food to starving countries and medicine to …

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Lockheed’s DRRS-A Goes Live

Lockheed Martin announced today completion of installation of its Defense Readiness Reporting System-Army. DRRS-A replaced the Army Status of Resources and Training System found inside the Global Command and Control System-Army. “DRRS-A provides readiness reporting under high operational tempo conditions that are inherent with overseas contingency operations,” said Jim Quinn, …

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GEO-1 Ready For Flight

Lockheed Martin’s space-based, infrared system geosynchronous satellite has its ticket, and is packed and ready for its May flight onboard the Atlas V rocket. SBIRS GEO-1 was developed for the U.S. Air Force to booster the country’s missile warning system. Lockheed said the satellite will provide missile defense, technical intelligence …

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Lockheed Delivers First F-35 Simulator

Lockheed Martin delivered the first of its F-35 Lightning II Full Mission Simulator systems to Eglin Air Force Base this week. The simulator will be used by the base’s 33rd Fighter Wing. “This is a tremendous milestone for the F-35 training team,” said Joanne Puglisi, director of F-35 Training and …

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