As required by law, the Social Security Administration has published its annual inventory of service contracts. Notable on the list is Lockheed Martin, which received over $100 million in contracts over the last year. Northrup Grumman received over $60 million in contracts. In glancing through the list I was a little surprised by the number and amount of contracts with Brookfield Relocation, apparently for employee relocation services. It's a small matter in the overall picture but I didn't think there would be that many Social Security employees being relocated at agency expense or that the costs, often over $100,000, would be that high.