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

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

March 09, 1992

This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.

Maryland contracts

AT&T General Business Systems in Silver Spring won a $22,003,823 contract from the Defense Supply Service-Washington to lease, purchase and service telecommunication station equipment for the Department of Defense.

Allied-Signal Aerospace Co. in Baltimore won a $14,894,817 contract from the Army to provide certain fuses for the Patriot missile.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $14,709,275 contract from the Air Force to provide full scale development of the AN/APG-66(V) fire control radar midlife update kit.

Tracor Applied Sciences in Rockville won a $9,729,114 contract from the Navy to provide scientific engineering services, design services and technical studies in support of the target strength reduction program.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $8,517,277 contract from the Air Force to incorporate pulse Doppler illumination capabilities into the APG-68 radar for the F-16A/B aircraft sold under the Peace Vector II program.

International Business Machines in Bethesda won a $6,124,502 contract from the Air Force to provide hardware and software licensing for the Turkish Air Force Logistics Command.

Technical and Management Services Corp. in Calverton won a $1,850,094 contract from the Navy to provide ILS for CMP HQ.

Martin Marietta Aero and Naval System in Glen Burnie won a $1,555,998 contract from the Navy to provide dead reckoning tracer.

Vitro Corp. in Silver Spring won a $1,316,287 contract from the Navy to provide system engineering integration agent services.

BAI Aerosystems Inc. in Easton won a $370,650 contract from the Navy to provide BQM-147A aerial vehicle in-container preproduction.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $200,000 contract from the Army to provide a multisensor-aided targeting system.

Non-defense contracts

Digital Equipment Corp. in Lanham won a $12,506,616 contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide decentralized hospital computer program maintenance services for PDP-11 systems.

St. Paul Plaza Office Tower Limited Partnership in Baltimore won a $7,753,230 contract from the General Services Administration to lease real property.

Jowett Inc. in Clinton won a $5,999,000 contract from the Navy to construct a mix, cast, and cure facility at the Naval Ordnance Station in Indian Head.

Potomac Industrial Trucks Inc. in Capitol Heights won a $2,000,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide material handling equipment.

Quasa-Exide Inc. in Columbia won a $1,000,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide power distribution equipment.

Digital Equipment Corp. in Lanham won a $783,370 contract from the Coastal Systems Station to provide scientific computers and maintenance.

Systems Resources Inc. in Bethesda won a $730,443 contract from the Rock Island Arsenal to provide monthly maintenance for large-scale computers.

Xeta International Corp. in Fort Washington won a $662,999 contract from the Navy to provide system engineering assessments, investigations and evaluations.

Standard Technology Inc. in Rockville won a $659,999 contract from the Navy to provide technical assessments and analyses.

Hertner Inc. in Columbia won a $575,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide power distribution equipment.

Martin Marietta Aero and Naval System in Glen Burnie won a $493,525 contract from the Navy to provide dead reckoning tracer.

Summit Research Corp. in Gaithersburg won a $453,698 contract from the Navy to provide an on-board mode selection computer program for the P-3C update III.

MDT Corp. in Arnold won a $416,000 contract from the Defense Personnel Support Center to provide surgical ceiling, dual lamphead light.

SMT in Waldorf won a $409,364 contract from the Navy to provide engineering and technical analyses.

International Business Machines Corp. in Bethesda won a $400,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide computer tapes and diskettes.

Gladwynne Construction Co. in Baltimore won a $387,400 contract from the General Services Administration to provide a varo computer room and training center.

Rosedale Printing Co. in Baltimore won a $352,520 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide printing services.

R.J. Crowley Inc. in Laurel won a $330,000 contract from the Air Force to alter and repair an air terminal parking lot.

M.S. Ginn Co. in Hyattsville won a $300,000 contract from the GSA for data cartridges, computer tapes and diskettes.

Merritt Family Limited Partnership in Baltimore won a $268,320 contract from the General Services Administration to lease real property.

Rail Co. in Towson won a $235,969 contract from the Navy to provide engineering and technical services.

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