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

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

July 29, 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

KCM Computer Consulting Inc. in Greenbelt won a $10,537,773 contract from the U.S. Customs Service to provide programming support services for the treasury enforcement communications systems.

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

Johnson, Bassin and Shaw Inc. in Silver Spring won a $2,011,125 contract from the Department of Health and Human Services to provide technical assistance to improve the effectiveness and quality of methadone treatment clinical services.

Art Litho Co. in Baltimore won a $1,353,106 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide form printing services.

Martin Marietta Corp. in Baltimore County won an $877,744 contract from the Navy for low-frequency acoustic projectors and associated material technologies.

United Book Press Inc. in Baltimore won an $850,190 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide book printing services.

Genstar Stone Products Co. in Hunt Valley won an $806,448 contract from the Federal Highway Administration for a central project for the National Capital Parks.

Metraplex Corp. in Frederick won a $675,640 contract from the Navy to provide data relay systems.

Fare Inc. in College Park won a $497,377 contract from the Goddard Space Flight Center to provide research and development.

Hub Label Inc. in Hagerstown won a $465,364 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide printing services.

Charles G. Marshall Inc. in Clinton won a $262,000 contract from the Navy to modify two buildings.

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

Nu-Tek Precision Optical Corp. in Belcamp won a $101,566 contract from Goddard Space Flight Center to design and fabricate a telescope.

Hewlett-Packard Co. in Rockville won a contract for an unspecified amount from the Defense Nuclear Agency for waveform recorders.

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