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March 24, 1991
The Bendix Field Engineering Corp. of Columbia has been selected by the Defense Nuclear Agency to continue providing technical services in support of the DNA's Nevada test site.The five-year contract isvalued at approximately $13 million.BFEC is a technical services unit of Allied-Signal Aerospace Co.,a part of Allied-Signal Inc. with businesses in aerospace, automotive products and engineered materials.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | September 9, 2004
The fundamental shift of the American economy the past generation - one that changed Baltimore's largest employer from Bethlehem Steel's mammoth factory to Johns Hopkins' medical and university campuses - is the reason for the U.S. Census Bureau's first new economic indicator in 40 years. The federal government is acknowledging the transformation next week - better late than never - with a new survey meant to better measure parts of the service sector, which is poorly tracked even though it has been a powerhouse of the national economy for years.
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BUSINESS
By States News Service | January 7, 1991
Federal Contracts Report is a weekly summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.* Allied-Signal Aerospace Co. of Baltimore won an $11,575,785 contract from the Navy to provide technical services.* Bendix Field Engineering Corp. of Columbia won a $2,977,039 increment as part of a $13,134,552 contract from the Defense Nuclear Agency to manage and operate government facilities.* Exide Corp. of Columbia won a $114,312 contract from the Defense General Supply Center to provide a storage battery.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | December 6, 2001
Condor Interactive Communications of Baltimore has won a $50 million contract with the U.S. Army National Guard Bureau to provide technical and communications services over the next five years. Officials for the company, a division of Baltimore-based Condor Technology Solutions Inc., said they could provide no details on strategy so early in the process. The marketing communications campaign is expected to begin early next year. "We will absolutely be playing on a national level in a very important strategic program," Condor Vice President Mike Louden said yesterday.
BUSINESS
December 3, 1990
This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.Maryland contractsJohns Hopkins University in Laurel won a $32,269,253 from the Navy to provide research, development, engineering and technical services in support of tactical and strategic systems, space science, geophysics, biophysics and microelectronics.Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $15,076,122 contract to lease operating, support, and maintenance of three sea-based Small Aerostat Surveillance Systems for an eight-month period to support Defense Department drug-interdiction efforts.
BUSINESS
November 8, 1999
New positionsSaval names Freimuth technical services directorSaval Foods Corp. hired Thomas Freimuth as technical services director. The Culinary Institute of America graduate oversees research and development, and technical service for the Baltimore-based food company.AdvertisingRosse appoints Thornton as account executiveRosse & Associates, a Sparks-based advertising and marketing communications agency, appointed Todd Thornton as an account executive. He manages accounts of clients in the outdoor sports and industrial sectors.
BUSINESS
October 11, 1999
New positionsSchlossman and Smith take posts at BICBaltimore International College appointed Mark Schlossman purchasing director and Scott J. Smith a senior accountant for the culinary arts and hospitality trades school.Schlossman, a University of Maryland graduate and Annapolis resident, formerly was an assistant purchasing director with the Charlestown Retirement Community. Smith, a certified public accountant, also graduated from the University of Maryland and was acting general ledgers manager for U.S. Foodservice Corp.
BUSINESS
January 7, 1991
This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.Maryland contractsMartin Marietta Corp. in Orlando, Fla., won a $314,904,021 contract from the Army for development and production of the Longbow fire control radar.Martin Marietta Orlando Aerospace in Orlando, Fla., won a $37,996,116 contract from the Air Force to supply material for a Low-Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared System for Turkey.Westinghouse Electric Corp.
FEATURES
August 20, 1991
CURRENT volunteers' news and needs:Investing in Our Children is a new program of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, a prenatal outreach and public education program to reduce infant mortality in the Park Heights community. Volunteers are needed, and for details of a training program call 225-5824/5725.DRADA, Depression Related Affective Disorders Association, a mutual help support group, is forming in the Sykesville area. A meeting is scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Sept. 18. For details call 922-6438.
BUSINESS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,Sun Staff Writer | January 23, 1995
Tom Underwood was ready to retire when he got a phone call that gave the 56-year-old veteran NASA engineer the chance to turn back time.It came from a top executive of AlliedSignal Technical Services Corp. in Columbia and included the offer of a job.But it was no ordinary job offer. It would give the graying grandfather the chance to relive the time when the U.S. space program was in its infancy and John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth, was a national hero.Allied hired Mr. Underwood to head its efforts to land a big contract to develop and install the ground equipment that will collect data from the Taiwanese National Space Program's first satellite, scheduled to be launched in spring of 1998.
BUSINESS
November 8, 1999
New positionsSaval names Freimuth technical services directorSaval Foods Corp. hired Thomas Freimuth as technical services director. The Culinary Institute of America graduate oversees research and development, and technical service for the Baltimore-based food company.AdvertisingRosse appoints Thornton as account executiveRosse & Associates, a Sparks-based advertising and marketing communications agency, appointed Todd Thornton as an account executive. He manages accounts of clients in the outdoor sports and industrial sectors.
BUSINESS
October 11, 1999
New positionsSchlossman and Smith take posts at BICBaltimore International College appointed Mark Schlossman purchasing director and Scott J. Smith a senior accountant for the culinary arts and hospitality trades school.Schlossman, a University of Maryland graduate and Annapolis resident, formerly was an assistant purchasing director with the Charlestown Retirement Community. Smith, a certified public accountant, also graduated from the University of Maryland and was acting general ledgers manager for U.S. Foodservice Corp.
BUSINESS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,Sun Staff Writer | January 23, 1995
Tom Underwood was ready to retire when he got a phone call that gave the 56-year-old veteran NASA engineer the chance to turn back time.It came from a top executive of AlliedSignal Technical Services Corp. in Columbia and included the offer of a job.But it was no ordinary job offer. It would give the graying grandfather the chance to relive the time when the U.S. space program was in its infancy and John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth, was a national hero.Allied hired Mr. Underwood to head its efforts to land a big contract to develop and install the ground equipment that will collect data from the Taiwanese National Space Program's first satellite, scheduled to be launched in spring of 1998.
NEWS
By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | May 30, 1993
Maryland Technical Services Inc. specializes in finding contract work for more than 200 unemployed or underemployed engineers and technical designers."
FEATURES
August 20, 1991
CURRENT volunteers' news and needs:Investing in Our Children is a new program of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, a prenatal outreach and public education program to reduce infant mortality in the Park Heights community. Volunteers are needed, and for details of a training program call 225-5824/5725.DRADA, Depression Related Affective Disorders Association, a mutual help support group, is forming in the Sykesville area. A meeting is scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Sept. 18. For details call 922-6438.
BUSINESS
By Lyle Denniston and Lyle Denniston,Washington Bureau of The Sun | June 18, 1991
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court moved yesterday into a major legal dispute in the competitive business equipment industry, agreeing to explore the impact of antitrust laws on the market for servicing copiers, computers and other high-tech machines.The specific issue, raised in an appeal by Eastman Kodak Co., is whether a manufacturer of machines may refuse legally to sell replacement parts to companies that compete with it in servicing its machines.Kodak is seeking to head off the trial of an antitrust lawsuit against it by 18 companies, located in 10 states, which compete directly with Kodak in servicing Kodak copying and microfilming machines.
BUSINESS
June 10, 1991
New positionsWestview Mall in Baltimore named Alan J. Fink general manager and Mark Seaman marketing director.Network Designs Inc., a Columbia-based computer networking firm, appointed Nick Santorineos senior systems analyst.Bullets basketball team, based in Landover, promoted Judy Holland to vice president of operations.WBFF-TV in Baltimore named S. Jenell Trigg director of marketing.Environmental Reference Laboratory Services, a division of Maryland Medical Laboratory Inc. in Baltimore, appointed Fritzi Beale vice president, business development.
NEWS
March 24, 1991
The Bendix Field Engineering Corp. of Columbia has been selected by the Defense Nuclear Agency to continue providing technical services in support of the DNA's Nevada test site.The five-year contract isvalued at approximately $13 million.BFEC is a technical services unit of Allied-Signal Aerospace Co.,a part of Allied-Signal Inc. with businesses in aerospace, automotive products and engineered materials.
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