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2025 Sustainability Management Plan

As the goals associated with our 2020 Sustainability Management Plan (SMP) have come to a close, Lockheed Martin is pleased to share our new 2025 Sustainability Management Plan. It reflects stakeholder feedback, internal and external trends and the continued evolution of our business. Please refer to our 2019 Sustainability Report on the ESG Portal to find out more about how these sustainability priorities were established.

 Lockheed Martin 2025 Sustainability Management Plan.


Advancing Resource Stewardship

Counterfeit Parts Prevention

Achieve 100% completion rate of applicable training on the identification and reporting of counterfeit parts.

Energy Management

Increase square footage of LEED and/or BREEAM certified/rated facilities.

By 2030 reduce scope 1 and 2 carbon emissions per $ gross profit by 70% to outperform the science-based target to prevent 1.5C warming.

By 2030 match 30% of electricity used across Lockheed Martin global operations with electricity produced from renewable sources [via a combination of onsite or offsite generation].

Annually increase carbon removal technology installation, investment and support [e.g. afforestation/reforestation, Direct Air Capture, habitat restoration, etc.].

Offset 100% of carbon emissions resulting from business-related travel.

Hazardous Chemicals/Materials

Annually reduce the amount of Lockheed Martin Priority Chemicals (LMPCs) used per unit sold of Lockheed Martin top 5 (by sales) Programs.

Annually reduce the amount of LMPCs used per dollar of sales revenue across Business Areas.

Resource and Substance Supply Vulnerability

Increase traceability of critical mineral resources and substances used in the supply chain, through data analysis and mitigation, for signature programs.

Total Cost of Ownership

All BA’s meet or exceed annual customer savings goals as defined in Business Area Executive Vice President scorecards.

 


Elevating Digital Responsibility

Artificial Intelligence

100% of AI developers will have been trained in system engineering approaches to AI Ethical Principles.

Data Privacy and Protection

50% of Lockheed Martin Employees will have been trained in Data Literacy and data-centric practices.

100% of data objects identified for common definition in the Lockheed Martin Data Strategy (Tier 1 Data) and 100% of certified data sources have Data Stewards assigned by 2022.

Intellectual Property Rights

By 2022, an Intellectual Property (IP) protection hierarchy has been deployed with tiered protection of IP data assets based on their classification within that hierarchy.


Fostering Workforce Resiliency

Harassment Free Workplace

All Lockheed Martin employees participate in at least one Bystander Workshop.

Inclusion and Equity

All leaders have an Inclusive Leadership experience or complete one Diversity & Inclusion-associated action annually.

Increase hiring of protected veterans and people with disabilities to meet or exceed annual department of labor targets.

Increase representation of women and people of color enterprise-wide by 2021.

Contribute to annual increase in number of minority and female high school seniors selecting STEM majors at schools receiving STEM support from Lockheed Martin.

Workplace Safety

Reduce # of days away from work due to occupational injury or illness (Lost Days Severity Rate).

Establish risk-based approach to serious incident and fatality prevention programs.

 


Modeling Business Integrity

Anti-Bribery and Corruption

Achieve 100% completion of required employee training on "Gifts and Business Courtesies" and "International Business Practices" modules.

Ethical Business Practices

Score at or below 35% of the total percentage of employees who observe misconduct within the past 12 months, but neither report it nor take action to address it.

 


Multiple

Inclusion and Equity, Energy Management, Anti-Bribery and Corruption

By 2030, double the level of corporate giving addressing the following societal issues:

  • Quality Education: Substantially increase the number of youth and adults who have relevant skills, including technical and vocational skills, for employment and entrepreneurship.
  • Gender Equality: Enhance the use of enabling technology, especially information and communications technology, to promote the empowerment of women.
  • Affordable and Clean Energy: Expand infrastructure and upgrade technology for supplying modern and sustainable energy services for all in developing countries.
  • Peace, Justice, Strong Institutions: Substantially reduce corruption and bribery in all their forms.
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