NGIT
 
Northrop Grumman Information Technology (NGIT) is a company defined by one word technology. From under the sea to outer space and into cyberspace, Northrop Grumman technologies and products play a key role in the evolving defense environment of the 21st century.
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The fully integrated battle management of the near future will take a network-centric approach, in which communications among ships, satellites, armies, aircraft and submarines will be fused into a net of interconnectivity enabled through cyberspace. Northrop Grumman today represents virtually every technology that will play a significant part in this modern era of warfare.
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Since the end of the Cold War, Northrop Grumman has built a broad-based weapons capability to meet current and emerging national defense needs, including anti-terrorism and homeland security. Throughout this transformation, the company has maintained a consistent focus and strategy. As a result, Northrop Grumman is now a top-tier defense company, a full partner with its military customers and an inherent part of the country's national security.
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More specifically, Northrop Grumman is a defense electronics powerhouse that produces nearly 60 percent of the Pentagon's airborne radar systems and is well positioned in missile defense. As the second-largest provider of information technology for the federal government, Northrop Grumman is crucial to cyberwarfare efforts, helping to protect the U.S. government's computers from Internet attack. The company is also the world's largest naval shipbuilder, with expertise in every class of nuclear and non-nuclear vessel, providing global force projection. Its systems integration expertise ensures unparalleled surveillance and precision strike capabilities and its commercial electronics capabilities remain world-class.
 
Last updated: August 1, 2002