This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.
International Business Machines Corp. in Bethesda won a $31,401,888 contract from the Air Force to provide network and development engineering services, special studies and preliminary design efforts in support of the Air Force Satellite Control Network and associated sites for the space systems division satellite control and data handling program office.
Texcom Inc. in Lanham won an $8,548,348 contract from the Air Force to provide leased fiber optic systems.
Hartco Janitorial Services in Oxon Hill won a $5,494,934 contract from the Navy to provide custodial services at the White Oak Laboratory in Silver Spring.
Litton Systems Inc. in College Park won a $1,429,834 contract from the Navy to provide electrical and electronic equipment components.
Atlantic Research Corp. in Rockville won a $598,680 contract from the Navy to provide technical engineering services.
Capitol Contractors Inc. in Tuxedo won a $564,000 contract from the Army to install an emergency generator in Building 2444 at Fort Belvoir, Va.
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement in Bethesda won an $85,024 contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to study the biological effects of electric and magnetic fields.
The University of Maryland Cancer Center in Baltimore won an undisclosed dollar amount contract from the National Cancer Institute to furnish a master agreement for the study of the biochemical pharmacology of antitumor agents.
W. M. Schlosser Co. in Hyattsville won a $717,000 contract from the Smithsonian Institution to provide construction services required to repair the cooling tower and roof at the National Air and Space Museum.
TeleSec Library Services in Kensington won a $671,000 contract from the Library of Congress to provide architectural and engineering services.
Jack Faucett Associates in Bethesda won a $601,514 contract from the EPA to support the development of pesticide
Oles Envelope Corp. in Baltimore won a $385,540 contract from the Social Security Administration to supply white window envelopes.
Engineering Systems Management Inc. in Germantown won a $199,973 contract from the Energy Department to analyze the cost of conventional and fuel cell/battery-powered urban passenger vehicles.
Tascon Inc. in Bethesda won a $137,352 contract from the Coast Guard to review medical records.