May 11, 1992
GOVERNMENT CONTRACTSWestinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $10,078,627 contract from the Navy to produce and develop test progress sets and operational test program sets for the airborne self-protection jammer weapon replaceable assemblies to be used with the consolidated automated support system.AAI Corp. in Hunt Valley won an $8,612,257 contract from the Air Force to provide a simulator for Electronic Combat Training that will replace the T-4 and T-5 simulators and provide flight training in conjunction with Air Training Command's Specialized Undergraduate Navigator Training at Randolph AFB, Texas.
April 6, 1992
National defense contractsVitro Corp. in Silver Spring won a $14,981,227 contract from the Navy to provide technical and engineering services for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport Division's Propulsion Test Facilities.Israel Military Industries, Services USA Inc. in Chevy Chase won a $580,295 contract from the Marine Corps to provide weapons.Gipe Associates Inc. in Timonium won a $200,000 contract from the Navy to provide engineering services for the Marine Corps Air Station in Cherry Point, NC.Ross Murphy Finkelstein Inc. in Baltimore won a $200,000 contract from the Marine Corps to provide mechanical and electrical engineering design services, at the Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, NC.Viereck Co. in Columbia won a $219,870 contract from the Navy to provide combination water-jet/abrasive water-jet cutting systems.
March 30, 1992
DEFENSE CONTRACTSTracor 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 for the AN/SQQ-89 basic combat systems.NON-DEFENSE CONTRACTSACC 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.
March 9, 1992
Federal contractsAT&T General Business Systems in Silver Spring won a $22,003,823 contract from the Defense Supply Service-Washington to lease, purchase and service telecommunication station equipment for the Department of Defense.Allied-Signal Aerospace Co. in Baltimore won a $14,894,817 contract from the Army to provide certain fuses for the Patriot missile.Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $14,709,275 contract from the Air Force to provide full scale development of the AN/APG-66(V)