Lockheed Receives $48M for CDC IT, Emergency Operations Support; Glenn Kurowski Comments

lockheed martinLockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has received $47.7 million in contract funds for information technology, logistics and operational support services to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The company works with CDC’s office of public health and preparedness to help manage emergencies and threats to public health, Lockheed said Wednesday.

“At the national, state and local levels, OPHPR manages many elements of our country’s public health and emergency response capability, ” said Glenn Kurowski, vice president of health and life sciences for Lockheed’s information systems and global solutions business.

Lockheed supports the Strategic National Stockpile program and is helping the agency implement a shared dashboard platform.

The company also helped CDC process more than $4 billion in grants to support public health emergency and response efforts at the state and local level.

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