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

MD. CONTRACTS

October 05, 1992

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

Defense contracts

* Motorola Inc. of Landover will receive $127,295 from the Army for radio network systems.

* Perstorp Analytical Inc. of Silver Spring will provide the federal Centers for Disease Control with flow-analyzer systems under a $27,374 contract.

* Falcon Microsystems Inc. of Landover won an $86,339 Navy contract for multi-protocol routers.

* Masstor Systems Corp. of Lanham won a $2.1 million contract from the Department of the Treasury for mass storage devices.

* Satellite Electric Co. Inc. of Beltsville will renovate the visitor's center of the Washington Navy Yard under a $289,700 contract.

* Edwin A. & John O. Crandell Inc. of West River won a $352,385 contract from the Army for dredging and erosion control of upper Lake Royer in Fort Ritchie.

* Jack Kidd Associates Inc. of Baltimore won a $1.18 million contract from the General Services Administration to renovate an appraisers store in Baltimore.

* Arlington Construction Inc. of Washington will receive $351,178 from the Navy for repairing building 3198 of the Naval Air Facility at Andrews Air Force Base in Camp Springs.

* CACI Field Services Inc. of Arlington won a $294,930 contract from the Navy to outfit and install standard chambers at the Naval School in Indian Head.

* Israeli Military Industries of Chevy Chase won a $22 million contract from the Navy for 1,480 tactical air-launched decoys.

* Driggs Corp. of Capital Heights will repair runways for the Navy under a $7.9 million contract.

* The University of Maryland at Baltimore won a $12.5 million contract from the Army to test experimental vaccines in human subjects for five years.

* Applied Ordnance Technology Inc. of Waldorf won a $46,290 contract from the Navy to research and develop the engineering of a gray-water treatment system.

* Racal Health & Safety Inc. of Frederick won a $40,666 contract from the Navy for research and development.

* Engineering Computer Optecnomics of Annapolis will research and develop a transportable analytical laboratory system for the Department of Energy under a $431,859 contract.

* Dr. David Shinar of Rockville won a $54,583 contract from the Department of Transportation for a traffic safety program.

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