Federal Contracts Report is a weekly summary of selected...

MD. CONTRACTS

September 28, 1992

Federal Contracts Report is a weekly summary of selected contracts awarded by the federal government to companies throughout Maryland.

Defense contracts

* Westinghouse Electric Corp. Sykesville, won a $143,233,987 contract from the Navy to provide AN/SSQ-89 systems for DDG-51 and DD-963 class ships, shore sites and foreign military sales. The company also obtained a $12,000,000 Navy contract for AN/SSQ-89 systems engineering and design services. From the Army, Westinghouse obtained a $1,188,215 increment as part of its $27,472,585 contract to provide ground-based radar.

* Eagan, McAllister Associates of Lexington Park won a $13,190,250 contract from the Navy to provide V-22 program office-support services.

* Forensic Medical Advisory Service Inc. of Rockville won a $6,923,398 contract from the Defense Supply Service to set up a review program for military treatment facilities.

Non-defense contracts

* Communications Satellite Corp. of Clarksburg won a $588,749 contract from NASA to announce contract awards.

* The National Council on Radiation Protection in Bethesda won a $145,000 Navy contract to provide special studies and analyses.

* Teltronic Inc. of Silver Spring won a $274,394 contract from the Department of the Treasury to maintain government-owned PTC communications equipment.

* AAI Corp. of Cockeysville won a $24,216,315 contract from the Air Force to provide permanent safety modifications and data.

* Photocraft Inc. of Gaithersburg won a $4,227,000 contract from the USDA to provide computer graphic services.

* Noll, Petrovich & Sons Inc. of Phoenix won an $87,900 contract from the Air Force to renovate the command suite of Building E5101.

* The Logistics Management Institute of Bethesda won an $11,586,318 contract from the Defense Supply Service to provide studies and analyses in support of the office of secretaries of Defense, Army, Navy, Air Force and various

defense agencies.

* Salut Inc. of College Park won a $163,006 contract from the Coast Guard to provide geotechnical investigations.

* Metrum Instrumentation Services of Annapolis won a $71,428 Navy contract for conversion parts kits.

* McCabe & Associates Inc. of Columbia won a $41,500 contract from the Air Force to provide software and licenses.

* Gebaut Samen of Rockville won a $145,890 contract from the General Services Administration to provide additional storm drainage.

* The University of Baltimore, Office of Sponsored Research, won a $171,749 contract from the Department of Labor to analyze financial rates of return.

* EAI Corp. of Abingdon won a $59,816 contract from the U.S. Control and Disarmament Agency to study the implications of the chemical weapons convention on the U.S. chemical industry.

* Alliant Techsystems Inc. of Annapolis won a $3,524,650 Air Force contract to provide consulting services regarding tempest testing.

* Pitney Bowes of Baltimore won a $7,128 contract from the Social Security Administration to maintain the company's microprocessor-controlled inserters.

* Colonial Dump Service Inc. of Jessup won a $742,500 contract from the Army for crushed stone.

* Knight Protective Service of Capitol Heights won a $465,984 Navy contract for security guard services.

* Halliburton NUS Corp. of Gaithersburg won a $43,101,882 contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to organize environmental response training programs.

* Federal Data Corp. of Bethesda won a $45,999,975 contract from the Information Technology Acquisition Center for continued use of its software.

* Eastern Waste Industries Inc. of Annapolis won a $16,104 Navy contract to provide waste bin pickup services at the U.S. Naval Academy.

* Eastern Trans-Waste of Maryland Inc. of Capitol Heights won a $1,427,868 contract from the Department of the Treasury for trash-removal services.

* Camco Construction Co. in Laurel won a $196,980 Navy contract to build a new laboratory building at the Bethesda-based Naval Surface Warfare Center's David Taylor Model Basin.

* Norair Engineering Corp. of Landover won a $702,000 contract from the Navy to repair the sewage plant at the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Quantico, Va.

* Twigg Corp. of District Heights won a $677,000 contract from the Navy to provide an additional hangar at the Naval Air Facility at Andrews Air Force Base in Camp Springs.

* Bell BCI Co. of Upper Marlboro won a $2,649,000 Navy contract to repair the steam distribution system at the Washington Navy Yard.

* Valley Modular Offices Inc. of Abingdon won a $139,853 contract from the Federal Aviation Administration to provide modular buildings.

* The Apex Group of Columbia won a $217,000 contract from the Social Security Administration to install telephone cables at the agency's headquarters.

* Ricards International Inc. of Silver Spring won a $5,800,837 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide research support services for the AIDS division.

* Center for Health Policy Studies in Columbia won a $297,049 contract from the Centers for Disease Control to evaluate the external cause of injury codes.

* Sentient Systems Inc. of Kensington won a $31,875 contract from the Air Force to provide medical solution systems.

* Charles G. Marshall Inc. of Clinton won a $176,761 contract from the Navy to repair and upgrade the Ewistl Lab Facility of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division/Naval Air Station, Patuxent River, Md.

* Grunley Construction Co. Inc. of Rockville won a $1,261,000 contract from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to restore the windows of the agency's administration building.

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