US SOUTHCOM, Lockheed Martin Team Receive Award

U.S. SOUTHCOM and Lockheed Martin team will be receiving a 2011 Defense Department Information Assurance Award. The team is being awarded for high grades on network systems certification and for five years of accreditation reviews.

Lockheed Vice President of Operational Systems and Services Robert Kramer said the award is a reflection of the tremendous capabilities and commitment both companies have as a team and the great partnership and teamwork between military customer and contractor on this important program.

This annual award is presented to military and civilian personnel and organizations who have made important contributions to implementing identity and information assurance objectives for DoD.

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