Who did Sugar leave in charge of the third-largest Pentagon contractor? And which politicians has Northrop back in the mid-term elections?
Top military customer: US Department of Defense EDIT
Aggregate value of contracts from top customer in years 2001-2010: $121,324,518,110
Number of contracts represented in that total: 127,466
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Top owner (institutional): EDIT
Other owners: Wesley G. Bush,James F. Palmer,Michael C. Petters EDIT
Other executives: Sid Ashworth,Debora Catsavas,Sheila C. Cheston,James F. Palmer,Alexis Livanos,Kenneth N. Heintz EDIT
Other board members: Wesley G. Bush,Thomas B. Fargo,Vic Fazio,Donald Felsinger,Stephen E. Frank,Bruce S. Gordon,Madeleine Kleiner,Karl J. Krapek,Richard B. Myers, Kevin Sharer, Aulana L. Peters SOURCE EDIT
Other lobbyists: Morris J Amitay,Balch & Bingham,Breaux Lott Leadership Group,Brown & Co,Carter Consulting,Collins & Co,Commonwealth Consulting,Elmendorf Strategies,Ervin Technical Assoc,Federal Initiatives,Kadesh & Assoc,Diane O’Toole,Patton Boggs LLP,Potomac Advocates,Steve Sutton,Patrick Tucker SOURCE EDIT
Annual lobbying expenses (average or most recent year): $12,080,000 EDIT
Other political donees: Daniel K Inouye (D-HI),Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD),Ike Skelton (D-MO),Richard C Shelby (R-AL),Jane Harman (D-CA),Glenn Nye (D-VA),Charles E Schumer (D-NY),Rob Wittman (R-VA),Bill Nelson (D-FL),J Randy Forbes (R-VA),Mark Kirk (R-IL),James Webb (D-VA),Gene Taylor (D-MS),Joe Lieberman (I-CT),John Thune (R-SD),Bill Posey (R-FL),Corrine Brown (D-FL),John McCain (R-AZ),Eric Cantor (R-VA) EDIT
Annual political campaign giving (average or most recent year): $1,522,230 EDIT
Aerospace provider Northrop Grumman Corp. has agreed to pay the U.S. $12.5 million to settle fraud allegations that it knowingly provided low-quality commercial electronics for the military’s airplanes, helicopters and submarines, the Department of Justice said Wednesday. É Northrop, a Los Angeles based military contractor with businesses in aircraft, ship building and information systems, purportedly sold equipment it had not bothered to test for the extreme temperatures required for military and space uses from November 1998 through February 2007.
Original record type: US Army, 2003
Last updated on Feb. 25, 2011 with contributions from Corey Pein.