Lockheed Martin unit honored for work on VA health care program

Contributed photo

Lockheed Martin subsidiary Systems Made System recently won the 2016 Association of Management Consulting Firms' (AMCF) Spotlight Award in the customer-engagement category based on its work with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

Lockheed Martin supported the VA in the My HealtheVet Sustainment program, which helps veterans access health care and benefits.

“Systems Made Simple has been a leading provider of health care data-management solutions to the VA for many years,” Lockheed Martin Information Systems and Global Solutions Health and Life Sciences Vice President Horace Blackman said. “We take our commitment to the VA and improving health care and benefits to our nation’s veterans extremely seriously. This award reinforces our dedication. In fact, we are proud to have achieved one of the top five highest total scores among all Spotlight award categories and submissions.”

The AMCF represents management consulting firms nationwide, with the goal of promoting industry standards. The association determines the winners for its Spotlight Awards based on client and consultant interviews, which are independently conducted and evaluated. Winners are chosen based on professionalism, client relationships and presentation excellence, among other criteria.

Organizations in this Story

Lockheed Martin Corporation

Want to get notified whenever we write about Lockheed Martin Corporation ?
Next time we write about Lockheed Martin Corporation, we'll email you a link to the story. You may edit your settings or unsubscribe at any time.