Maryland contractsThis is a weekly summary of selected...

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

February 25, 1991

Maryland contracts

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

Maryland contracts

AAI Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $6,390,799 contract from the Navy to provide options for technical, material, maintenance, and logistics support of the Pioneer Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the continental United States, shipboard and at land-based sites.

AAI Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $1,639,511 contract from the Navy for testing.

Standard Technology Inc. in Rockville won a $757,935 contract from the Navy to provide technical assessments and analyses.

Defense research contracts

Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Lab in Laurel won a $60,053,799 contract from the Navy to provide research, development, engineering and technical services supporting tactical strategic systems, space science, geophysics, biophysics and microelectronics.

Applied Research Corp. in Landover won a $333,776 contract from the Navy to provide research and development for fuels and other materials for infrared decoys.

Non-defense contracts

Zodiac of North America in Stevensville won a $13,259,740 contract from the General Services Administration to supply marine equipment, floating marine barriers and small craft.

Francis Scott Key Medical Center in Baltimore won a $2,318,054 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide miscellaneous services.

Technical and Management Services Corp. in Calverton won a $1,482,680 contract from the Navy to

provide logistics support services.

William V. Walsh Construction Co. in Rockville won a $940,275 contract from the Construction Contracts Division to provide exterior masonry and concrete repairs.

Atlantic Research Corp. in Rockville won a $404,707 contract from the Navy to provide on-site data analysis services.

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