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BEA, Lockheed team on government systems

BEA Systems and Lockheed Martin are teaming up to target government accounts for information technology services and support. Lockheed already derives a substantial portion of its revenue from government business; in 2001, government accounted for $18 billion of the company's total $24 billion in revenue. Under the new deal, each of Lockheed's four principal business areas--Aeronautics, Space, Systems Integration and Technology Services--will have access to BEA's application infrastructure technology and products. The two companies have also agreed to jointly develop new business proposals and to train and certify Lockheed technical personnel as BEA architects.

BEA Systems and Lockheed Martin are teaming up to target government accounts for information technology services and support. Lockheed already derives a substantial portion of its revenue from government business; in 2001, government accounted for $18 billion of the company's total $24 billion in revenue. Under the new deal, each of Lockheed's four principal business areas--Aeronautics, Space, Systems Integration and Technology Services--will have access to BEA's application infrastructure technology and products.

The two companies have also agreed to jointly develop new business proposals and to train and certify Lockheed technical personnel as BEA architects.