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Our corporate Sustainability policy establishes a standard approach for integrating sustainability practices across Lockheed Martin. Our sustainability management plan defines our goals and drives our sustainability progress.

To create the sustainability management plan, we first develop core sustainability issues through extensive engagement with internal and external stakeholders and an analysis of industry trends. The core issues ultimately selected for the sustainability management plan represent those most material to our stakeholders and our business. After the core issues are established, we work with internal stakeholders to create specific sustainability goals for which we track our performance. These goals can be retired and/or updated, if necessary, based on our progress and the changing needs of our business. We also continually monitor environmental, social and governance risks and opportunities to stay informed of shifting and emerging trends.

In 2020, we developed our 2025 Sustainability Management Plan to guide our sustainability efforts over the following five years and, for some efforts, longer. Our 2025 Sustainability Management Plan comprises four sustainability priorities that contain individual core issues and goals.

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Advancing Resource Stewardship

Counterfeit Parts Prevention

  • Achieve 100% completion rate of applicable training on the identification and reporting of counterfeit parts by 2025.

Energy Management

Hazardous Chemicals/Materials

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 by 2025.

Total Cost of Ownership

  • All business areas meet or exceed annual customer savings goals as defined in business area executive vice president scorecards through 2025.

Elevating Digital Responsibility

Artificial Intelligence

  • By 2025, 100% of artificial intelligence developers will have been trained in system engineering approaches to artificial intelligence ethical principles.

Data Privacy and Protection

  • By 2025, 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 protection hierarchy has been deployed with tiered protection of intellectual property data assets based on their classification within that hierarchy.

Fostering Workplace Resiliency

Harassment-Free Workplace

  • All Lockheed Martin employees participate in at least one bystander intervention training workshop by 2025.

Inclusion and Equity

  • All leaders have an inclusive leadership experience or complete one diversity and inclusion-associated action annually through 2025.
  • Increase hiring of protected veterans and people with disabilities to meet or exceed annual Department of Labor targets through 2025.
  • Increase representation of women and people of color enterprise-wide by 2021.

Workplace Safety

Modeling Business Integrity

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 by 2025.

Anti-Bribery and Corruption

  • Achieve 100% completion of required employee training on gifts and business courtesies and international business practices annually through 2025.
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