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

Federal contracts

January 07, 1991|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 Maryland.

* Allied-Signal Aerospace Co. of Baltimore won an $11,575,785 contract from the Navy to provide technical services.

* Bendix Field Engineering Corp. of Columbia won a $2,977,039 increment as part of a $13,134,552 contract from the Defense Nuclear Agency to manage and operate government facilities.

* Exide Corp. of Columbia won a $114,312 contract from the Defense General Supply Center to provide a storage battery.

* Rail Co. of Towson won contracts totaling $268,537 from the Navy to provide engineering and technical services.

* Johns Hopkins University of Laurel won an $18,434,578 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide research, development, engineering and technical services of support of tactical/strategic systems, space science, geophysics, biophysics and micro-electronics.

* Vitro Corp. of Silver Spring won a $30,095,049 contract from The Strategic Systems Program Office to provide engineering services for the Trident Missile Program.

* Booz-Allen & Hamilton of Bethesda won a $924,967 contract from the Navy to provide engineering, technical and analytical support.

* Andrulis Research Corp. of Bethesda won an $826,433 contract from the Army to provide administrative and technical services.

* Current Computer Corp. of Rockville won a $596,344 contract from the Navy to supply communications equipment.

* Perimeter Access Systems of Pasadena won a $400,000 contract from the General Services Administration to supply miscellaneous alarm and signal systems.

* Charles G. Marshall Inc. of Clinton won a $327,000 contract from the Navy to install air compressors of buildings.

* Sylvest Management Systems of Greenbelt won a $167,822 contract from the NASA Lewis Research Center to provide neurocomputers, Anza co-processor and software maintenance.

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