This profile of LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION is based on multiple public records. It may contain errors, and certainly contains omissions. You can help fill in the gaps.
Top military customer: US Department of Defense EDIT
Aggregate value of contracts from top customer in years 2001-2010: $236,555,734,225
Number of contracts represented in that total: 126,520
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Other board members: Gwendolyn S. King,E. C. “Pete” Aldridge, Jr.,James M. Loy,Nolan D. Archibald,Douglas H. McCorkindale,David B. Burritt,Joseph W. Ralston,James O. Ellis, Jr.,Anne Stevens, Thomas J. Falk SOURCE EDIT
Annual lobbying expenses (average or most recent year): $9,899,770 EDIT
Other political donees: Charles E. Schumer (D-NY),Ike Skelton (D-MO),Daniel K. Inouye (D-HI),Kay Granger (R-TX),John McCain (R-AZ),Blanche Lincoln (D-AR),Kendrick B. Meek (D-FL),Patrick J. Murphy (D-PA),Richard C. Shelby (R-AL) SOURCE EDIT
Annual political campaign giving (average or most recent year): $2,252,177 EDIT
[C]onsider Lockheed Martin’s sheer size for a moment. After all, the company receives one of every 14 dollars doled out by the Pentagon. In fact, its government contracts, thought about another way, amount to a “Lockheed Martin tax” of $260 per taxpaying household in the United States, and no weapons contractor has more power or money to wield to defend its turf. Lockheed Martin is now involved in nearly every interaction you have with the government—a full accounting of its “shadow government” would fill volumes. After all, it’s the number-one contractor not only for the Pentagon, but also for the Department of Energy. It ranks number two for the Department of State, number three for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and number four for the Departments of Justice and Housing and Urban Development.
Original record type: US Air Force, 2010
Last updated on Feb. 25, 2011 with contributions from Corey Pein.