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

Federal contracts

October 01, 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 of the Baltimore area.

* Capital Carbonic Corp. of Baltimore won a $140,376 contract from the General Services Administration to supply solid carbon dioxide.

* Team/Ace Joint Venture of Baltimore won a $101,535 contract from the Air Force to supply replacement windows at Bolling Air Force Base.

* Saft America of Cockeysville won a $334,663 contract from the Army to supply an initial universal field battery.

* Westinghouse Electric Corp. of Hunt Valley won a $2.4 million contract from the Air Force to provide architectural and engineering services.

* Manufacturing & Tech. Conversion of Columbia won a $2,360,745 contract from the Dept. of Energy to research development and testing of commercial scale coal-fired combustion systems.

* Chamberlain Manufacturing Co. of Hunt Valley won a $1,658,248 contract from the USPS Office of Procurement to research the development of a prototype carrier sequence bar code sorter 32/64 stacker and automatic transfer.

* Bendix Field Engineering Corp. of Columbia won a $537,000 contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to provide field engineering services and refurbishment for satellite earth terminal equipment.

* EAI Corp. of Abingdon won a $257,055 contract from the Defense Nuclear Agency to research chemical weapons process parameters.

* Oceana Limited of Annapolis won a $100,000 contract from the General Services Administration to supply special purpose clothing.

* Arinc Research Corp. of Annapolis won a $400,000 contract from the Air Force to provide engineering services of support of C-130 sciences.

* UNC Support Services of Annapolis won a $1,604,897 contract from the Air Force to provide contract simulator instructor services.

* Frail Developers Inc. of Mount Airy won a $232,150 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to provide a new construction lease project at Waterloo, S.C.

* CAE-Link Corp. in Silver Spring won a $15 million contract from the Navy to provide experimental, development, test and research work.

* Veda Inc. of Lexington Park won a $14,336,606 contract from the Navy to provide services to test and evaluate the E-2C and C-2A aircraft.

* Commissioned Electronics Inc. of Beltsville won a $2,379,540 contract from the U.S. Customs Service to supply Marantz stereophonic and monophonic cassette recorders.

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