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THE BALTIMORE SUN

This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.

Maryland contracts

Environmental Technologies Group Inc. in Baltimore won a $40,096,000 contract from the Army to supply 6,400 chemical-agent monitors.

Alban Engine Power Systems in Baltimore won a $4,385,526 contract from the Navy for ship diesel generator sets.

GE Computer Service in Columbia

won a $3,532,557 contract from the Army to provide maintenance services for automated data processing equipment.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $991,392 contract from the Air Force to provide maintenance and/or repair of equipment.

Kaydon Corp. in Baltimore won a $499,765 contract from the Defense Construction Supply Center to supply pumps and compressors.

Climate Masters in Crofton won a $344,000 contract from the Coast Guard to construct a material handling shop at the Coast Guard Yard in Curtis Bay.

Ryon Inc. in Forestville won a $274,800 contract from the Navy to upgrade fuel storage for fire testing at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington.

Tek-Lite Inc. in Union Bridge won a $180,471 contract from the Air Force to supply a filter strobe light.

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