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Lockheed to Upgrade Infrastructure for DoD, Coalition Partner Intelligence Network

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has won a contract to upgrade the infrastructure that allows the U.S. Defense Department to share intelligence data with coalition partners and other federal agencies.

The company will provide the distributed common ground system multi-service execution team office with an upgrade the DCGS’ integration backbone.

DCGS distributes intelligence from manned and unmanned reconnaissance sources on the ground and in the air and sea.

“As an original member of the DIB development team, Lockheed Martin has maintained a prominent role on this capability since its inception in 2003,” said Jim Quinn, vice president of C4ISR systems with the defense segment of Lockheed Martin’s  information systems and global solutions business.

“These enhancements expedite intelligence to those who need it, and allow warfighters to better adapt to their perpetually changing environment.”

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