Federal Contracts Report is a weekly summary of selected...

Federal contracts

September 17, 1990|By States News Service

Federal Contracts Report is a weekly summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in the Baltimore area.

*Allied Signal Aerospace Co. of Baltimore won a $6,779,163 contract from the Air Force for a change to the MARK XV Identification Friend or Foe transponders.

*Beever Engineering & Construction Co. of Baltimore won a $115,000 contract from the Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Center to relocate nuclear medicine.

*Advanced Packaging Inc. of Baltimore won a $113,531 contract from the Dept. of State to supply reusable shipping containers.

*Communications Resource Group Inc. of Columbia won a $5,274,319 contract from the General Services Administration to purchase telephones and services for the State of New York.

*Communications Resource Group Inc. of Columbia won a $4,196,099 contract from the General Services Administration to purchase telephones and services for the State of New Jersey.

*Viereck Co. of Columbia won a $327,541 contract from the Air Force to supply a tool room.

*AAI Corp. of Hunt Valley won a $199,495 contract from the David Taylor Research Center to supply scientific study and experimentation of the area of surface mobility for Marine Corps vehicles.

*Martin Marietta Corp. of Glen Burnie won a $2,210,000 contract from the Navy to provide communications equipment and services.

*Saft America Inc. of Cockeysville won a $617,537 contract from the Army to supply a high capacity rechargeable lithium battery.

*C.R. Daniels Inc. of Ellicott City won a $1,416,922 contract from the Army to supply soft top assembly.

*UNC Support Services of Annapolis won a $28,606,856 contract from the Navy to supply on-site support and maintenance for the TH-57 helicopter and associated equipment.

*Arinc Research Corp. of Annapolis won a $1,707,427 contract from the Army to provide engineering technical services.

*Johns Hopkins University of Laurel won an $11,416,870 contract from the Navy to provide research, development, engineering and technical services of support of tactical/strategic systems, space science, geophysics, biophysics and micro-electronics.

*Information Systems and Networks Corp. in Bethesda won a $5,405,311 contract from the Navy to provide a submarine configuration production system.

*Pulsar Data Systems of Lanham won a $1,995,000 contract from the Tennessee Valley Authority to furnish general purpose ADP equipment software, supplies, and support equipment.

*John C. Grimberg Co. Inc. of Rockville won a $1,840,000 contract from the Navy to modify Building 744 for UFAP Facility.

*Storage Technology Corp. of Silver Spring won a $996,175 contract from the Navy to supply a tape cartridge subsystem.

*Fairchild Defense of Germantown won a $969,394 contract from the Air Force to supply fire control equipment.

*Century Computing Inc. of Laurel won a $854,527 contract from the National Library of Medicine Office to supply general software support.

*Gill Marketing Co. of Crofton won a $700,000 contract from the General Services Administration to supply handling of food service, refrigeration and storage equipment.

*Mid City Co. of Crofton won a $340,311 contract from the General Services Administration to supply accounting machine ribbons.

*Arinc Corp. of Annapolis won a $250,000 contract from the Air Force to provide engineering services for C9 aircraft.

*Commercial Flooring Industries of Forestville won a $230,314 contract from the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development to install carpets and provide repair services.

*National Public Services Research Institute of Landover won a $209,740 contract from the Dept. of Transportation to evaluate the training-for-certification of drug recognition experts.

*PCS/LAW Engineering of Beltsville won a $188,034 contract from the Dept. of Transportation to supply principles and practices of a rigid pavement design manual.

*Zodiac of North America Inc. of Stevensville won a $185,658 contract from the Navy to supply an inflatable boat.

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