Lockheed lands DLA deal

Lockheed Martin received a $112.6 million contract Sept. 16 to support the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System.

The company’s Information and Technology Services business unit, located in Cherry Hill, N.J., will operate, sustain and maintain the system for federal civilian agencies. The firm fixed-price contract covers one year with four option years, according to a Sept. 16 Defense Department contracts statement.

Lockheed Martin will complete the work by 2010. The Defense Logistics Agency’s Enterprise Support organization, located at Fort Belvoir, Va., administered the contract.

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