This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.
NATIONAL DEFENSE CONTRACTS
Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $1,273,958 contract from the Air Force to provide engineering technical support services for the F-16 Fighting Falcon fire control radar system and associated weapons control systems.
Advanced Resource Development Corp. in Columbia won a $481,517 contract from the Navy to provide signal feature analysis using neural networks and psychoacoustics.
Hewlett-Packard Corp. in Rockville won a $301,200 contract from the Navy to supply a broadband microwave upconverter.
Valentine Electric Co. in Hagerstown won a $265,200 contract from the Army to replacement a heat plant and
install air conditioning in a family housing area.
Digital Equipment Corp. in Lanham won a $241,347 contract from the Department of Agriculture to provide a central processing unit.
Graphic Fine Color Inc. in Annapolis Junction won a $162,750 contract from the United States Information Agency to exercise an option to extend the term for one-year to provide lithographic printing inks.
International Business Machines Corp. in Bethesda won a $134,823 contract from the Air Force to replace a Honeywell DPS-6.
Integral Systems Inc. in Lanham won a $129,737 contract from the Navy to provide a portable telemetry process
National Academy of Sciences in Washington won a $100,000 contract from the Navy to provide information technology.
Prospect Associates Ltd. in Rockville won a $15,672,514 contract from the National Cancer Institute to provide a coordinating center for the American Stop Smoking Intervention Study.
Logical Technical Services Corp. in Chevy Chase won a $13,987,352 contract from the Agency for International Development to provide a document and information handling facility.
Macro Systems Inc. in Silver Spring won a $3,192,382 contract from the Office for Substance Abuse Prevention to evaluate the OSAP pregnant and postpartum women and their infants, in a demonstration program.
Automated Sciences Group Inc. in Silver Spring won a $1,659,795 contract from the Department of Justice
to provide micrographic services.
Octo Inc. in Laurel won a $1,401,495 contract from the U.S. Department of Justice to provide micrographic services.
Automation Fabricators and Engineering Co. in Frederick was awarded a $1,114,662 contract by the U.S. Postal Service to supply Model 15 flats and canceler/stacking machines.
Westat Inc. in Rockville won a $744,219 contract from the National Cancer Institute to provide a mammography facilities survey.
Westat Inc. in Rockville won a $349,373 contract from the National Cancer Institute to provide analysis of oral health professional training in smoking cessation techniques.
Concepts-To-Operations in Annapolis won a $282,525 contract from the Coast Guard to register and coordinate U.S. Coast Guard radio frequency assignments with an international frequency registration board.