Lockheed Martin Honored with ‘Top 5 DoD Program’ Award

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) was selected by the Department of Defense (DoD) and the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) for a “Top 5 DoD Program Awards” for excellence in systems engineering.

According to the firm, “Lockheed Martin’s Defense Readiness Reporting System-Army (DRRS-A) program was honored for its illustrated engineering excellence, rapid development approaches, risk management and comprehensive reviews. The Lockheed Martin team successfully transitioned the stand-alone solution to a robust web-enabled software suite through user-developer collaboration.”

The Top 5 DoD Program Awards single out the most successful programs that embody systems engineering best practices, including system technical baseline control and the integration of technical and program management processes.

“The DRRS-A team is a diverse blend of Lockheed Martin and teammate talent, which provides Army domain knowledge with a great understanding of new technologies, ” said Steve Mayhew, program manager. “This award is a reflection of our products and systems that perform to the highest standards and our commitment to excellence for the customer.”

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