Lockheed Martin has been awarded a seven-year contract by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide enterprise-wide information technology solutions and services. The contract, valued at up to $465 M, will serve the Atlanta-based CDC and its sister organization, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. The company will provide applications development and related information technology support services for CDC headquarters and ATSDR, plus support CDC centers, institutes and offices, as well as employees located in 47 state health departments and overseas in 45 countries. Lockheed Martin Information Technology, a business unit of the corporation, will manage the contract from its offices in Atlanta. The contract to Lockheed Martin was one of two information technology awards announced by CDC. The company will compete for future task orders.