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Innovative Lockheed Martin Solution Wins Award for Excellence in E-Government
PRNewswire
RICHLAND, Wash.

Work-Links, a government-to-citizen Internet information delivery system designed by Lockheed Martin Information Support Services, was center stage at the e-gov 2000 Pioneer Awards Luncheon at the Washington Convention Center on July 13th. The Honorable Robert L. Mallett, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce, and Roger Baker, Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Commerce, presented the award.

Selected from over 100 nominated systems, Work-Links was one of three state and local solutions to receive the Pioneer Award for "an outstanding Electronic Government Best Practice application that has streamlined operations and improved Government services." The E-Gov 2000 Pioneer Award Selection Committee included representatives from the General Services Administration, the National Partnership for Reinventing Government, the U. S. Department of Commerce, and others.

Linda Renfro, president of Lockheed Martin Information Support Services commented, "We are extremely pleased at the national recognition our system has received. Work-Links, a Lockheed Martin One Stop Online solution, has really resonated with the Workforce community. It leverages the Internet and an innovative system design to help streamline service delivery, incorporate public and private partners, provide universal access, and collect and report performance measures. E-government is definitely the wave of the future and this is just one example of how we're helping our clients get there successfully."

Lockheed Martin Information Support Services developed Work-Links for the Morrow-Umatilla Workforce Quality Committee in rural Oregon. Work-Links is one of several Lockheed Martin One Stop Online(SM) solutions deployed nationwide that focuses on streamlining the delivery of workforce-related information and services to job seekers, workers, and employers through a "One Stop" concept that includes physical centers and information systems. One Stop is a component of the U.S. Department of Labor's Workforce Investment Act.

Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global enterprise principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture and integration of advanced-technology systems, products and services. The Corporation's core businesses are systems integration, space, aeronautics, and technology services. Lockheed Martin had 1999 sales surpassing $25 billion.

For more information on Lockheed Martin's Work-Links system, please contact Dana Jensen at 509-373-3843.

SOURCE: Lockheed Martin Solutions

Contact: Dana Jensen of Lockheed Martin, 509-373-3843