Federal Contracts Report is a weekly summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in the Baltimore area.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. of Baltimore won a $32,624,153 contract to provide primary mission sensors for the Defense Meteor Logical Satellite.
Martin Marietta Aero and Naval Systems of Baltimore won a $1,996,271 contract from the Navy to supply deluge interface cards.
* Oles Envelope Corp. of Baltimore won a $1,032,977 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide printing services.
* Carl Gonnsen and Son Inc. of Baltimore won a $374,974 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to renovate and remodel existing office space at the general mail facility in Baltimore.
Kaydon Corp. of Baltimore won a $194,463 contract from the Air Force to provide hardware and abrasives.
Seed Corp. of America in Baltimore won a $162,990 contract from the Army to provide lawn care supplies.
AIM Telephones Inc. of Columbia won a $109,914 contract from the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.
Johns Hopkins University of Laurel won a $32,269,253 contract from the Navy to provide research, development, engineering and technical services in support of tactical and strategic systems, space science, geophysics, biophysics and microelectronics.
* General Sciences Corp. of Laurel won a $447,450 contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to provide exposure assessment modeling support.
Vitro Corp. of Silver Spring won a $1,373,509 contract from the Navy to provide Tartar 'C' weapon systems integration engineering for foreign military sales ships and program requirements.
* Israel Military Industries of Chevy Chase won a $1,367,314 contract from the Army to provide a flexible linear shaped charge.
* Edwards Brothers of Lanham won a $1,199,118 contract from (( the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide book printing services.
* Booz-Allen and Hamilton Inc. of Bethesda won an $865,861 contract from the Navy to provide engineering technical services for the management of a shock and vibration information analysis center.
Chronometrics Inc. of Silver Spring won an $845,836 contract from the Air Force to provide technical assistance for private sector development.
RSO Inc. of Laurel won a $575,540 contract from the Centers for Disease Control to provide pickup and disposal of radioactive hazardous waste.
Digital Technologies Inc. of Silver Spring won a $375,305 contract from the Navy to provide experimental, development, test and research work.
Texcom Inc. of Lanham won a $271,704 contract from the Navy to provide engineering support services.
OR&P; Service of Fort Washington won a $179,280 contract from the Department of the Treasury to provide maintenance and repair on forklift trucks.