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

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

October 28, 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

Booz-Allen & Hamilton in Bethesda won a $4,732,902 contract

from the Navy to provide engineering services.

Simms Industries Inc. in Columbia won a $2,254,224 contract from the Navy to provide engineering, technical and analytical support.

Arinc Research Corp. in Annapolis won a $1,759,662 contract from the Army to provide microwave landing system engineering support.

otorola Inc. in Landover won a $1,359,551 contract from the Air Force to provide a mobile radio system.

EAI Corp. in Abingdon won a $947,168 contract from the Army to provide a laboratory.

Non-defense contracts

Computer Sciences Corp. in Calverton won an $18,713,026 contract from the Goddard Space Flight Center to provide science operations for the observatory.

Bell BCI Co. in Upper Marlboro won an $18,105,000 contract from the FBI to provide site preparation for a new identification facility in Clarksburg, W.Va.

The University of Maryland at Baltimore won a $1,760,906 contract from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to provide brain and tissue banks for development disorders.

Tritech Field Engineering in Annapolis won a $1,530,559 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide preventive maintenance, inspection and emergency repair of equipment.

Denro Inc. in Gaithersburg won a $353,496 contract from the Regional Contracting Department to provide communications equipment.

The Driggs Corp. in Capitol Heights won a $349,482 contract from the Federal Highway Administration to provide new construction for the George Washington Memorial Parkway Project.

Bicon Inc. in Rockville won a $279,258 contract from the National Institutes of Health for a mice holding and breeding facility.

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