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

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

March 16, 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

Allied-Signal Aerospace Co. in Baltimore won a $14,894,367 contract from the Army to provide Patriot M818E2 fuses.

UNC Aviation Services in Annapolis won an $11,905,988 contract from the Army to provide rotary wing and fixed wing flight training services.

Epoch Engineering Inc. in Gaithersburg won a $9,227,322 contract from the Navy to provide engineering and technical support services for acoustical trials.

Jowett Inc. in Clinton won a $5,999,000 contract from the Navy for work on the assembly mix and cure facility at the Naval Ordnance Station, Indian Head.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Linthicum won a $5,255,186 contract from the Air Force to provide for construction, systems engineering, program management, testing, installation and checkout, and transportation associated with the Caribbean Basin Radar Network Program.

Martin Marietta Aero & Naval System in Glen Burnie won a $1,555,998 contract and a $493,525 contract from the Navy to provide a dead reckoning tracer.

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

BCF Investment Corp. in Annapolis won a $166,685 contract from the Navy to provide diagnostic radiology services.

Baltimore Freightliners in Baltimore won a $107,851 contract from the Navy to provide trucks and truck tractors.

Smith Brothers Inc. in Galesville won a $103,572 contract from the Army to repair a pedestrian bridge at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington.

Defense research contracts

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel won a $48,365,001 contract from the Navy to provide research, development, engineering, and technical services in support of tactical/strategic systems, space science, geophysics, biophysics, and microelectronics.

Non-defense contracts

ERC BioServices Corp. in Gaithersburg won a $2,254,089 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide research support for new drugs and vaccines.

Convex Computer Corp. in Greenbelt won a $1,929,086 contract from the National Institute of Standards and Technology to provide interactive computer systems.

Systems Resources Inc. in Bethesda won a $730,433 contract from the Rock Island Arsenal to provide monthly maintenance for computers.

MDT Corp. in Arnold won a $416,000 contract from the Defense Personnel Support Center to provide a surgical ceiling and headlights, duel-lamp style.

IBM 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 computer room and training center.

M. S. Ginn Co. in Hyattsville won a $300,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide data cartridges, computer tapes and diskettes.

Faber Castell Corp. in Beltsville won a $203,802 contract from the General Services Administration to provide erasers.

Lingard F. Klein Co. in Baltimore won a $125,850 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide animal feed.

Viteq Corp. in Lanham won a $125,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide power distribution equipment.

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