Lockheed Martin gets role in $2.8 billion tech contract with Social Security AdministrationBy AP
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Lockheed Martin gets role in $2.8B IT contract
BALTIMORE — Defense contractor Lockheed Martin said Thursday it received a role on a new $2.8 billion contract to provide information technology to the Social Security Administration.
The new contract spans seven years. Over that period, Lockheed Martin will receive task orders for design, development, testing and maintenance services. It will also be asked to do database administration, imaging and document management.
This work is a continuation of work Lockheed Martin is currently performing under a different contract. Recent tasks include work with electronic medical records.
Lockheed Martin said it has been working with the Social Security Administration since 1989.