This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.
National defense contracts
I-Net Inc. in Bethesda won a $39,999,976 contract from the Air Force to support the Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance for Headquarters Air Force Communications Command.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Linthicum won an $18,934,00contract from the Air Force to provide radar system option exercises.
Bendix Field Engineering Corp. in Columbia won a $2,340,746 contract from the Navy to provide technical and engineering services in support of the general purpose electronic test equipment program.
ARINC Research Corp. in Annapolis won a $341,168 contracfrom the Army on the Joint Services Avionics International Program Speciality.
Charles G. Marshall Inc. in Clinton won a $150,000 contract frothe Navy for an electronic warfare facility at the Naval Air Warfare Center/Naval Air Station, Patuxent River.
Bendix Field Engineering Corp. in Columbia won a $64,641,020 contract from the Navy to provide technical and engineering support services for the Naval Electronic Systems Security Engineering Center in Washington.
Booz, Allen & Hamilton Inc. in Bethesda won an $11,245,59contract from the Army to provide missile defense survivability enhancement options.
NCR Corp. in Rockville won a $10,518,271 contract from the AiForce to maintain scanning services at commissaries worldwide.
The Orkand Corp. in Silver Spring won a $7,078,136 contracfrom the U.S. Postal Service to provide key entry services in support of the remote bar coding system at the Providence, R.I., General Mail Facility.
Engineering Technical Association Inc. in Ellicott City won $3,171,445 contract to test, remove, replace, upgrade and install a new underground storage tank system at the Aberdeen Proving Ground.
J. A. Scheibel in Camp Springs won a $2,896,000 contract frothe Navy for a Child Development Center at the Navy Air Facility at Andrews Air Force Base.
Cherry Hill Construction Inc. in Jessup won a $2,368,55contract from the Air Force to repair taxiway No. 2 at Andrews Air Force Base.
J. J. Mundth Construction Co. in Bel Air won a $1,539,00contract from the Army to improve family housing at the Aberdeen Proving Ground.
ARC Professional Services Corp. in Rockville won a $1,500,000 contract from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for data management and analysis.
Nucci Bros. Stone & Masonry Inc. in Glen Dale won a $1,232,26contract from the Navy to construct a warehouse at Arlington Service Center in Arlington, Va.
Automated Datatron Inc. in Beltsville won a $690,000 contracfrom the U.S. Government Printing Office for microfiche.
Gill Marketing Co. in Crofton won a $450,000 contract from thGeneral Services Administration to handle and refrigerate food.
Office Movers Inc. in Baltimore won a $398,400 contract from thVeterans Affairs Medical Center to move medical center equipment.
R. J. Crowley Inc. in Laurel won a $217,960 contract from thNavy to repair or alter buildings at the Annapolis Detachment, Carderock Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Annapolis.
AAI Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $210,778 contract from the AiForce to provide teardown analysis.
DDD Company in Landover won a $176,000 contract from thPension Benefit Guaranty Corp. for administrative support services.
Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore won a $168,930 contracfrom the National Institutes of Health to study pulmonary function data on aging.
Gray Graphics in Brentwood won a $167,914 contract from thGovernment Printing Office for printing.
ARC Professional Services Group in Rockville won a $150,00contract from the Navy to provide technical research and development services.
Acess Inc. in Calverton won a $139,067 contract from the Armto provide an uninterruptible power system and an electrical power distribution upgrade.
Mid-Atlantic Contractors Inc. in Olney won a $53,800 contracfrom the Army for improvements at Fort Myer, Va.
Valley Modular Offices in Abingdon won a $30,098 contract frothe Navy to lease relocatable classrooms for the Dahlgren School.
Intercap Graphic Systems in Annapolis won a $28,250 contracfrom the Air Force to provide illustrator graphics systems.
Costabile Associates Inc. in Bethesda won an $8,503 contracfrom the National Library of Medicine to revise cataloging-in-publication records.