Summary of contracts awarded to Md. firms

Federal Contracts

October 28, 1991|By States News Service

Federal Contracts Report is a weekly summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies in Maryland.

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

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

* Maryland Medical Research Institute of 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, substudy of the asymptomatic cardiac ischemia pilot study.

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

* Westinghouse Electric Corp. of Baltimore 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 transportation charges in support of the System Engineering Management Program.

* ARINC Research Corp. of Annapolis won a $9,800,000 contract from the Air Force to provide SAC/Milstar/Milsatcom implementation support.

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

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

* Omni Contractors Inc. of Bethesda won a $5,967,000 contract from the Navy to provide structural repairs to building A50 at the Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C.

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

* Westinghouse Electric Corp. of 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. of 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 of Germantown won a $285,900 contract from the Navy to provide electrical and electronic equipment components.

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

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

* American Computer and Electronics Corp. of Gaithersburg won a $148,388 contract from the Army to provide continuation of chargeback Beta Test at three Army locations.

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

* Artep Inc. of 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.

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

* Storage Technology Corp. of Silver Spring won a $1,876,227 contract from NASA to provide supercomputer network system mass storage subsystem augmentation.

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

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

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