LGS starts operation, serves U.S. Government, military community

VIENNA, Va., 23 Jan. 2007. LGS, a subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent dedicated to serving the U.S. Government community, is now fully operational and serving its customers. LGS, headquartered in Vienna, Va., was created by joining the Lucent and Alcatel Government business units and Bell Labs Government. LGS is the sole sales and contracting channel for all classified and unclassified business contracted from U.S. federal agencies and departments, both military and civilian.

Jan 23rd, 2007

VIENNA, Va., 23 Jan. 2007. LGS, a subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent dedicated to serving the U.S. Government community, is now fully operational and serving its customers.

LGS, headquartered in Vienna, Va., and with offices in California, Colorado, Maryland, New Jersey, and North Carolina, was created by joining the Lucent and Alcatel Government business units and Bell Labs Government. LGS is the sole sales and contracting channel for all classified and unclassified business contracted from U.S. federal agencies and departments, both military and civilian.

LGS designs and delivers transformed communications and R&D-based technology solutions to the U.S. government community.

Reporting to LGS CEO Ron Iverson and COO/CTO Dave Bishop is a team of people representing the deep government and industry expertise of the three organizations that combined to create LGS. For more complete background on the LGS leadership team visit www.lgsinnovations.com/management.

For more information about LGS, visit www.LGSinnovations.com.

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