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Lock­heed Martin’s com­mit­ment to the In­dian Gov­ern­ment’s strate­gic ‘Make in In­dia’ pol­icy, the na­tional ‘Skills Ini­tia­tive’ and to work­ing with in­dus­trial part­ners in In­dia to ex­pand its busi­ness foot­print was a fea­ture of dis­cus­sions in­volv­ing the cor­po­ra­tion’s Chair­man, Pres­i­dent and CEO Mar­il­lyn Hew­son dur­ing a visit to New Delhi.

Meet­ing with po­lit­i­cal lead­ers, se­nior gov­ern­ment of­fi­cials and lead­ing In­dian in­dus­tri­al­ists, Hew­son high­lighted Lock­heed Martin’s spon­sor­ship of the In­dia In­no­va­tion Growth Pro­gramme (IIGP) as an ex­am­ple of ef­fec­tive part­ner­ship in action.

Backed by Lock­heed Martin since 2007, IIGP is a part­ner­ship in­volv­ing in­dus­try and academia in both In­dia and the United States. It has un­der­pinned Prime Min­is­ter Naren­dra Modi’s ‘Start Up In­dia’ call by sup­port­ing more than 400 in­no­va­tors and start-up com­pa­nies since launch.

Speak­ing at a din­ner to cel­e­brate the suc­cess of the IIGP as it en­ters its 10th year, Hew­son said: “We’re very proud to be a part of a pro­gramme to harness in­no­va­tion and pro­mote growth. It’s a nat­u­ral en­deav­our for a global tech­nol­ogy com­pany like Lock­heed Martin and an im­por­tant way that we are able to con­trib­ute to the eco­nomic suc­cess of a na­tion where we’ve done busi­ness for many decades.”

“As we con­tinue to build on the mo­men­tum and trac­tion gained in In­dia over the past 25 years, Lock­heed Martin has proven ex­per­tise lev­er­ag­ing our in­no­va­tive tech­nolo­gies to help en­gi­neer suc­cess with our cus­tomers and part­ners,” said Hew­son. “I look for­ward to grow­ing our 25-year story in In­dia and to es­tab­lish­ing greater and more mean­ing­ful part­ner­ships that will help grow the In­dian econ­omy and com­mu­nity.”

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