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Violation Tracker Industry Summary Page

Industry: aerospace and military contracting
Penalty Total since 2000$7,680,136,563
Number of Records: 1,326
Note: The totals include only those entries matched to a parent company. The industry designation is the primary one for the parent's operations overall. The totals are adjusted to account for the fact that each parent's entries may include both agency records and settlement announcements for the same case; or else a penalty covering multiple locations may be listed in the individual records for each of the facilities. They are also adjusted to reflect cases in which federal and state or local agencies cooperated and issued separate announcements of the outcome. Duplicate or overlapping penalty amounts are marked with an asterisk in the individual records list below.
Top 10 Current Parent CompaniesTotal Penalty $Number of Records
Northrop Grumman$778,610,06197
BAE Systems$548,484,707107
RTX Corporation$349,907,845131
General Dynamics$264,500,315162
Lockheed Martin$234,234,91298
L3Harris Technologies$190,636,31994

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CompanyCurrent ParentPrimary Offense TypeYearAgency sort iconPenalty Amount
BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair, Inc.BAE Systemsemployment discrimination2016private lawsuit-federal$4,665,000
BoeingBoeingemployment discrimination2004private lawsuit-federal$40,600,000
BoeingBoeingemployment discrimination2004private lawsuit-federal$492,000
General DynamicsGeneral Dynamicsemployment discrimination2000private lawsuit-federal$300,000
L-3 Inc.L3Harris Technologiesemployment discrimination2019private lawsuit-federal$2,000,000
Hughes STXRTX Corporationemployment discrimination2001private lawsuit-federal$396,599
RaytheonRTX Corporationemployment discrimination2013private lawsuit-federal$1,999,583
Alcoa (now Arconic) Fastening SystemsHowmet Aerospaceemployment discrimination2015private lawsuit-state$2,239,667
Lockheed Martin CorporationLockheed Martinwage and hour violation2018private lawsuit-state$1,350,000
Textron, Inc.Textronbenefit plan administrator violation2014private lawsuit-federal$4,375,000
Northrop Grumman CorporationNorthrop Grummanbenefit plan administrator violation2017private lawsuit-federal$16,750,000
General Dynamics CorporationGeneral Dynamicsbenefit plan administrator violation2010private lawsuit-federal$15,150,000
Boeing CompanyBoeingbenefit plan administrator violation2015private lawsuit-federal$90,000,000
Lockheed Martin CorporationLockheed Martinbenefit plan administrator violation2015private lawsuit-federal$62,000,000
Boeing CompanyBoeingbenefit plan administrator violation2016private lawsuit-federal$57,000,000
McDonnell DouglasBoeingbenefit plan administrator violation2004private lawsuit-federal$36,000,000
Raytheon Co.RTX Corporationbenefit plan administrator violation2007private lawsuit-federal$5,500,000
TRW Inc.Northrop Grummanbenefit plan administrator violation2001private lawsuit-federal$48,500,000
L3 Technologies, Inc.L3Harris Technologiesemployment screening violation2019private lawsuit-federal$275,000
Imperva, Inc.Thalesemployment screening violation2019private lawsuit-federal$188,000
Boeing Co.Boeingwage and hour violation2021private lawsuit-federal$2,000,000
BoeingBoeinghazardous waste violation2012private lawsuit-state$39,500,000
Huntington Ingalls IndustriesHuntington Ingalls Industriesbenefit plan administrator violation2022private lawsuit-federal$2,800,000
Raytheon Co.RTX Corporationbenefit plan administrator violation2021private lawsuit-federal$59,000,000
Raytheon Co.RTX Corporationemployment discrimination2023private lawsuit-federal$640,000
BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair Inc.BAE Systemswage and hour violation2023private lawsuit-federal$1,426,786
(*): Penalty amounts marked by an asterisk are ones announced by more than one agency. Parent penalty totals are adjusted to avoid double-counting.