A3: Many requirements are considered when complying with the National Industrial Security Program including information storage, transmission, marking, processing on computer systems and required reporting. All requirements come with expectations and implementation may vary slightly between facilities due to customer or contractual requirements, or facility resources and capabilities. Employees contribute to protecting National Security Information by understanding how to comply with the security requirements at the location where they work and for the information they handle. Employees should question or report requirements they do not understand, or activities that appear improper, to help safeguard information entrusted to the corporation.
A4: Lockheed Martin’s Office of Counterintelligence Operations & Corporate Investigations (LM CO&CI) is focused on identifying and mitigating espionage and intelligence collection threats that could adversely impact the corporation’s reputation, customer and shareholder confidence, competitive edge, and national security contributions. Through timely reporting of suspicious contacts or observations from both within and outside of the workplace, employees play a critical role in helping LM CO&CI identify intelligence threats. Additionally, by engaging in responsible social media habits, remaining attentive to elevated collection vulnerabilities associated with foreign travel, and following all corporate IT policies, employees make themselves less attractive targets for our intelligence adversaries.