This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.
Tracor Applied Sciences Inc. in Rockville won an $8,544,197 contract from the Navy to provide installation and checkout, engineering, analyses, and test and evaluation services.
ACC Network Systems Inc. in Columbia won a $48,000 contract from the Regional Contracting Department to provide automated data processing equipment.
The American Society for Clinical Nutrition in Bethesda won a $40,378 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide journal supplements.
D. H. Steffens Co. in Lexington Park won a $200,000 contract from the Navy to provide civil engineering services.
Maryland Clothing Co. in Baltimore won a $193,969 contract from the Defense Personnel Support Center to provide polyester/wool coats.
LNM Corp. in Rockville won a $477,006 contract from Goddard Space Flight Center to provide lawn and grounds maintenance services.
Office Movers Inc. in Baltimore won a $268,389 contract from the Office of the U.S. Courts to provide moving services to Federal Judiciary Office Building.
Building Systems Inc. in Hagerstown won a $250,000 contract from the U.S. Postal Service for construction in the Harrisburg, Penn., area.
Panasonic Communication & Systems Co. in Rockville won a $30,000,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide communications and recording equipment.
CAE-Link Corp. in Silver Spring won a $70,956 contract from the Navy to provide an operator/maintenance training course.
Sheladaia Associates Inc. in Rockville won a $20,000 contract from the Navy to provide design and engineering services at various locations in Washington.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Linthicum won a $14,709,275 contract from the Air Force to provide agricultural machinery.
AT&T General Business Systems in Silver Spring won a $22,003,875 contract from the Pentagon to lease equipment and associated services.
J.C. Computer in Ellicott City won a $10,109,000 contract from the Department of Energy for personal computers and related equipment.
Kunz Inc. in Baltimore won an unspecified contract amount from the National Park Service to provide projectors and other equipment.