Lockheed Opens Call Center to Support Census

In support of data capture procedures for the 2010 Census, Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Census Bureau opened a new, 1, 300-seat call center in Sandy, UT.

“We express our many thanks to all those who have helped make this partnership with the Census Bureau a reality, ” said Darrell Graddy, vice president of Lockheed Martin Information Systems and Global Services-Civil, during the ribbon-cutting ceremony. “These include the many government agencies represented here today, the good people of the Salt Lake City area, the colleges and universities and our employees who every day prove they can deliver on our promises better and more successfully.”

The facility is one of 11 call centers operated by Lockheed Martin in conjunction with subcontractors Vangent, Inc. and IBM, and is a part of Lockheed Martin’s ongoing work in support of the 2010 Census.

“We are proud to continue supporting the Census Bureau as it strives to paint the newest portrait of America, ” said Graddy.

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