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Robert Stevens says Lockheed Martin will look to more acquisitions in New Year

Robert Stevens says Lockheed Martin will look to more acquisitions in New Year - top government contractors - best government contracting event

stevens-200pxEarly this week, Robert Stevens, CEO of Lockheed Martin, stated at the Reuters Aerospace and Defense Summit in Washington that Lockheed Martin will look to make more acquisitions in 2010. Stevens said the company will look for acquisitions in energy security, cyber security, intelligence surveillance and logistical support.

“When we look to the future of cybersecurity, we are all just scratching the surface of the demands that will be placed on all of us to secure the databases, the networks, the information technology environment that we have,” said Stevens.

Lockheed Martin has already conduct several acquisitions in the Health IT field in recent years. Stevens also highlighted that “energy security is now an interesting and frequently discussed element of security when we talk to leaders around the globe” and will continue to play a role in Lockheed Martin’s future business.

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Written by Jim Garrettson

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