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

Federal contracts

July 22, 1991

Federal Contracts Report is a weekly summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in the Baltimore area through July 17.

* Westinghouse Electric Corp. of Baltimore won a $51,386,928 contract from the Navy to provide Lot II low-rate production of 24 airborne self-protection jammer basic systems, including technical data for use on the Navy's F/A-18 aircraft.

* Warren-Ehret Co. of Baltimore won a $125,000 contract from the U.S. Naval Academy to provide roof repairs at Ricketts Hall, Building 566, at the Naval Academy in Annapolis.

* The Johns Hopkins University of Baltimore won a $7,916,391 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide a women's aging study.

* Allied Corp. of Baltimore won a $1,389,045 contract from the Air Force to provide space vehicles.

* Art Litho Co. of Baltimore won a $1,353,106 contract from the Government Printing Office to provide form printing.

* United Book Press Inc. of Baltimore won an $850,190 contract from the Government Printing Office to provide book printing.

* Martin Marietta Corp. of Glen Burnie won a $19,316,240 contract from the Navy to provide towed array group with special tools.

* Engineering Technologies Associates Inc. of Ellicott City won a $2,639,494 contract from the Army to provide testing and removal of underground storage tanks at Fort Myer in Va. and Fort McNair in Washington, D.C.

* AAI Corp. of Cockeysville/Hunt Valley won a $213,180 contract from the Air Force to provide nuclear ordnance.

* TRW Corp. of Jessup won a $209,496 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to provide maintenance services.

* Nu-Tek Precision Optical Corp. of Belcamp won a $101,566 contract from Goddard Space Flight Center to provide design and fabrication of an at-lidar telescope.

* Hub Label Co. Inc. of Hagerstown won a $465,364 contract from the Government Printing Office to provide printing.

* Beckman Instruments Inc. of Columbia won a $117,060 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide analytical modifications.

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