Lockheed Martin Information Technology (I&TS) (also known as Lockheed Martin Information & Technology Services and Lockheed Martin Technology Services) is a subsidiary of Lockheed Martin that consists of dozens of smaller companies and units have been acquired and integrated. The company also administers a number of U.S. Government contracts. I&TS includes operations in information technology integration and management, enterprise solutions, application development, aircraft maintenance and modification services, management and logistics services for government and military systems, mission and analysis services, engineering and information services for NASA, and support of nuclear weapons and naval nuclear reactors. The US government accounts for more than 90% of sales.
Business Components / Subdivisions / Affiliations 
- Contract to clean up the Hanford Site in Richland, Washington.
- Interrogator recruitment at Fort Belvoir and Fort Huachuca.
- In 1999 the British government awarded Lockheed Martin U.K. a contract controlling British census info.
- In 2002, a 7-year contract for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Consolidated Information Technology Infrasture Contract (CITIC) program.
- In 2003 a 7-year, $465,000,000 contract to provide services for the CDC.
- In 2004 LMIT conducted a test census in Canada and has been awarded the contract to administer the upcoming Canada 2006 Census.
- In 2004 LMIT was part of a $600,000,000 contract with the Air Force Pentagon Communications Agency.
- As of 2004, a 7-year, $525,000,000 contract with the United States Social Security Administration called the Agency Wide Support Services Contract.
- In 2004, a $700,000,000 contract to provide services for the EPA.
- In 2005, a $800,000,000 contract to provide services for HUD was split with EDS after a protracted battle.
- In 2005, a 10-year contract with the FAA for operating Automated Flight Service Stations (AFSS).
- In 2006, a 6-year $305,000,000 contract for the FBI Sentinel program.
Interrogation Controversy 
As part of the ACS and Sytex acquisitions, Lockheed Martin became a contractor for military interrogation. Some of the Sytex interrogators have been linked to Guantanamo Bay, Bagram torture and prisoner abuse and the Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse scandals. In 2004, the GSA was reported to have begun investigating Lockheed's interrogation contracts.
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Acquisitions and Contracts