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CONTRACTS

March 09, 1992

Federal 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.

Southern Management in Silver Spring won a $139,749 contract from the U.S. General Services Administration to provide 5,590 net usable square feet of office space located at 1101 King St., Alexandria, Va.

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 $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.

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