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

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

October 07, 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

Bendix Field Engineering Corp. in Camp Springs won a $9,952,393 contract from the Navy to design, develop, fabricate and test transportable ground stations.

ARINC Research Corp. in Annapolis won a $9,800,000 contract from the Air Force to provide SAC/MILSTAR/MILSATCOM implementation support.

Program Resources Inc. in Frederick won a $7,724,422 contract from the Army to provide absorbed anthrax vaccine.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Linthicum won a $7,374,000 contract from the Air Force to deliver radar, radios and related systems in support of the Caribbean Basin RADA Network and to provide testing, installation, checkout and transporta- tion charges in support of the System Engineering Management Program.

Omni Contractors Inc. in Bethesda won a $5,967,000 contract from the Navy to provide structural repairs to Building A50 at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington.

Arinc Research Corp. in Annapolis won a $4,094,926 contract to provide services and materials to the MILSTAR Air Force program support.

Automation Management Consultants Inc. in Rockville won a $2,969,999 contract from the Pentagon to provide systems and operational analysis support.

SFA Inc. in Landover won a $1,084,557 contract from the Navy to provide optical techniques.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $746,641 contract from the Marine Corps to provide various spares applicable to the AN/TPS-63 radar set.

Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co. in Timonium won a $450,000 contract from the Army to dredge the Baltimore Harbor and Channel, Brewerton Channel Eastern extension, and Tolchester Channel.

Fairfield Defense in Germantown won a $285,900 contract from the Navy to provide electrical and electronic equipment components.

R & N Contractors Inc. in White Plains won a $249,000 contract from the Navy for an OSIS software development laboratory in Building 194.

Viereck Co. in Columbia won a $236,786 contract from the Army for a manual punch press with CAD/CAM interactive graphics.

American Computer and Electronics Corp. in Gaithersburg won a $148,388

contract from the Army to provide continuation of testing at three Army locations.

Defense research contracts

University Research Foundation in Greenbelt won a $4,768,254 contract from the Navy to provide research and development in optical sciences.

Artep Inc. in Columbia won a $269,366 contract from the Navy to provide software/hardware for research in the areas of upper air physics, astronomy, astrophysics and remote geo-sensing.

Non-defense contracts

Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation in Bethesda won a $4,178,048 contract from the Department of Health and Human Services to evaluate the national training system and technical assistance to communities.

Storage Technology Corp. in Silver Spring won a $1,876,227 contract from NASA to provide data storage for a supercomputer network.

Maryland Medical Research Institute in Baltimore won a $1,262,981 contract from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to provide a clinical coordinating center for the psychophysiological investigations of myocardial ischemia, part of the asymptomatic cardiac ischemia pilot study.

History Associates Inc. in Rockville won a $1,047,439 contract from the Department of Energy to provide history of the new production reactor program.

Meridian Research Inc. in Silver Spring won an $818,257 contract from the Department of Labor to provide employee health studies and standard support, literature and legislative search.

Green Contracting Co. Inc. in Baltimore won a $481,700 contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center to replace steam lines.

Metrex Excavating Inc. in Hyattsville won a $284,000 contract from the Goddard Space Flight Center to provide site work, grading and storm water management.

Tate Facilities Service in Baltimore won a $172,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide mechanical maintenance at the Garmatz Federal Courthouse, Baltimore.

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