SBIR_LM MST_JCB_4March2014_NDIA_NUWC - NCMA

Report
Lockheed Martin supports the
Small Business Innovative
Research (SBIR) Program
NCMA Briefing
4 March 2014
Jon Bell
LM MST – Newport, RI
SBIR Partnering Opportunities
1. Partner with small businesses and the
customers to get advanced technology to the
warfighter
2. Build strategic, long term relationships with
small businesses
3. Align discriminating small business
technologies for our current contracts and
future programs
4. Build a stronger small business supply chain
5. Support the Gov’t initiative to leverage small
businesses
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Lockheed Martin SBIR Team
LM Corporate
SBIR Team
Corporate Supplier
Diversity
(Orysia Buchan)
Space Systems
(Jesus Isarraras –
Sunnyvale, CA)
Undersea Systems
(Jon Bell –
Newport, RI)
Information
Systems and
Global Solutions
(TBD)
Mission
Systems and
Training
Integrated Warfare
Systems and Sensors
(Jeff MacBride –
Moorestown, NJ)
Corporate Engineering
& Technology
(Nafiz Karabudak)
Aeronautics
(Craig Owens –
Ft. Worth, TX)
Ship and Aviation
Systems
(Jeff Poulin –
Owego, NY)
Missiles and Fire
Control
(John Bridges –
Dallas, TX)
Training and Logistics
Solutions
(Randy Crowe –
Orlando, FL)
I will be glad to help align your SBIR efforts with the appropriate POC
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LM SBIR Team helps drive SBIR
technology into our programs
We want to leverage SBIR advanced technology
for our platforms!
Small Business POC
Jon Bell
401-849-0124 x144
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[email protected]
Lockheed Martin Locations
We can help you navigate Lockheed Martin and work with you to
transition your SBIR technology
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Questions?
Jon Bell
[email protected]
401-849-0124 x144 (desk)
401-742-5099 (cell)

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