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

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

January 14, 1991

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

Maryland contracts

Standard Technology Inc. in Rockville won a $1,199,522 contract from the Navy to provide technical analyses.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $1,141,845 contract from the Air Force to maintain and repair equipment.

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

Milcar Construction Corp. in Hagerstown won a $227,000 contract from the Navy to renovate rooms at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington.

I.M.I. Inc. in Bethesda won a $211,300 contract from the Navy to provide electrical services to Naval Research Laboratory buildings in Washington.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $119,763 contract from the Air Force to provide repair services.

Exide Corp. in Columbia won a $114,312 contract from the Defense General Supply Center for a storage battery.

Motorola Inc. in Landover won a $111,854 contract from the Air Force to maintain and repair land mobile radios at Andrews Air Force Base.

Automated Sciences Group Inc. in Silver Spring won a $100,000 contract from the Navy for architectural and engineering services.

Non-defense contracts

Plaza 500 Limited Partnership in Bethesda won a $5,488,006 contract from the General Services Administration for a new lease.

Sentient Systems Inc. in Kensington won a $1,328,900 contract from the National Library of Medicine's Office of Acquisitions Management to provide expert and consultant services.

SEMA Inc. in Rockville won a $704,990 contract from the National Cancer Institute to provide viral antigen testing.

Perimeter Access Systems in Pasadena won a $400,000 contract from the General Services Administration for an alarm and signal system.

Oakcrest Printing Co. in Beltsville won a $330,864 contract from the Government Printing Office for book printing.

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore won a $326,432 contract from the National Institutes of Health to conduct a pilot study of a condition that causes a drop in blood supply to the heart.

Technical Resources Inc. in Rockville won a $315,359 contract, with options for a $1,459,725 contract, to provide technical services.

Sylvest Management Systems in Greenbelt won a $167,822 contract from the NASA Lewis Research Center for neurocomputer, Anza co-processor and software maintenance.

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