This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts...

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

December 17, 1990

This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.

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Maryland contracts

Martin Marietta Electronics System in Orlando, Fla., won a $150,199,889 contract from the Army to provide sophisticated night vision systems for Army helicopters.

Storage Technology Inc. in Silver Spring won a $52,287,394 contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to provide automated tape-library systems.

Allied-Signal Aerospace in Baltimore won an $11,575,785 contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command to fabricate target-detecting devices for the Standard missile.

Chronometrics Inc. in Silver Spring won an $845,836 contract from the Air Force to provide technical assistance for private sector development.

Vitro Corp. in Silver Spring won a $798,066 contract from the Army to provide a standard Army ammunition system-ammunition transfer point program.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Cockeysville won a $660,866 contract from the Air Force to provide fire-control equipment.

C. R. Daniels Inc. in Ellicott City won a $294,015 contract from the Defense General Supply Center for pouches for human remains.

C. R. Daniels Inc. in Ellicott City won a $166,830 contract from the Defense Electronics Supply Center to provide electrical and electronic equipment components.

Non-defense contracts

Trawick & Associates in Bethesda won a $2,703,680 contract from the Department of Agriculture to provide general programming support.

NOVA Research Co. in Bethesda won a $2,636,569 contract from the National Cancer Institute to provide technical support service for the division of extramural activities and the grants administration branch.

Edwards Brothers in Lanham won a $1,199,118 contract from the Government Printing Office to provide book-printing services.

Convex Computer Corp. in Greenbelt won a $1,089,610 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide an NIH Central Scientific Timesharing System.

RSO Inc. in Laurel won a $575,540 contract from the Centers for Disease Control to provide pickup and disposal of radioactive hazardous waste.

Purity Group Inc. in Salisbury won a $426,003 contract from the Defense Personnel Support Center to provide cans of precooked, sliced bacon.

A-Z Restoration Inc. in Glendale won a $291,640 contract from the Construction Contracts Division to provide installation of skylights at the Federal Trade Building.

Birch and Davis Associates Inc. in Silver Spring won a $169,397 contract from the Public Health Service to provide expert and consultant services.

Coastal Dock and Marine Construction Co. in Cambridge won a $164,200 contract from the Coast Guard to install a boat ramp.

K and K Painting Inc. in Baltimore won a $154,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide interior painting and upgrade a door.

McDonald and Eudy Printers in Temple Hills won a $146,794 contract from the Government Printing Office to provide book-printing services.

IMI in Bethesda won a $134,900 contract from the Navy to provide a new office building.

Canter Contracting in Clinton won a $132,950 contract from the Navy to provide water distribution and fire protection.

M & M Welding and Fabricators in Gaithersburg won a $109,471 contract from the Office of Real Property Contracts to replace expansion joints.

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