This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.
Westinghouse 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.
EG&G; WASC Inc. in Rockville won a $1,100,000 contract from the Department of Energy to provide technical and administrative support.
Ryon Inc. in Forestville won a $101,700 contract from the Navy to provide explosive storage magazines at the Chesapeake Bay Detachment in Chesapeake Beach.
Mentor Technologies Inc. in Rockville won a $49,988 contract from the Army to provide remote sensors for surveillance and data collections.
Defense research contracts
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel won a $20,841,457 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to research, develop, engineer and provide technical services in support of tactical and strategic systems, space science, geophysics, biophysics, and microelectronics.
Morgan State University in Baltimore won a $100,000 contract from the Army to investigate laser damage.
The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. won a $98,987,402 contract from the Public Health Service for the Public Health Service Telecommunications Improvement Project.
Dowty Communications Inc. in Annapolis Junction won a $45,500,000 contract from the Air Force to provide a statistical time division multiplexing (Statmux) network for the Federal Aviation Administration.
NCR Corp. in Rockville won a $8,496,000 contract from the Army and Air Force to provide cash registers for food sales.
AAI Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $3,880,000 contract from the Navy to provide contractor logistics services support.
Middlesex Research Center Inc. in Bethesda won a $2,115,147 contract from the Navy for a demonstration project related to the Program for Afloat College Education.
AMVAX Inc. in Beltsville won a $916,000 contract from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to produce the NICHD DTP vaccine for a clinical trial.
Rail Co. in Towson won a $913,835
contract from the Navy for miscellaneous services.
Arinc Research Corp. in Annapolis won an $800,000 contract from the Air Force to provide consultant services.
Standard Technology Inc. in Rockville won a $752,000 contract from the Navy to provide technical assessment and analyses.
Vitro Corp. in Silver Spring won a $749,592 contract from the Navy to provide data.
Hernandez Engineering Inc. in Greenbelt won a $424,185 contract from the Navy for miscellaneous services.
Atco Services in Rockville won a $308,961 contract from the General Services Administration to replace sound-lined ductwork systems.
University of Maryland in College Park won a $303,738 contract from the Army to provide advanced real-time operating systems.
Delta Data Systems Corp. in Columbia won a $273,750 contract from the General Services Administration to provide automatic data processing equipment.
Beck, Powell & Parsons Inc. in Baltimore won a $197,164 contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs to renovate wards at Point Privacy.
R. H. Bricker in Hagerstown won a $187,393 contract from the General Services Administration to lease real estate.
Sun Technical Services in Silver Spring won a $186,881 contract from the Army to install a chain-link fence around the sanitary landfill on Fort Meade property.
Reznick, Fedder & Silverman in Bethesda won a $181,817 contract from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide credit and financial analysis training courses.
Greiner Inc. in Timonium won a $115,000 contract from the Federal Aviation Administration to revise an environmental assessment course and certain prototype classes.
Theragen Pharmaceuticals Inc. in Capital Heights won a $100,000 contract from the Veterans Affairs Marketing Center to provide pharmaceuticals.
Phomat Reprographics in Columbia won an $83,047 contract from the General Services Administration to provide graph tracing and drawing paper.
B&B; Equipment Co. in Baltimore won a $60,700 contract from the Smithsonian Institution to provide a refuse collection vehicle.
Denton Spring Water Co. in Perryville won a $24,497 contract from the Air Force to deliver bottled water and rental water coolers.
GS Images in Hagerstown won a contract with a minimum value of $10,000 and a maximum value of $200,000 from the National Park Service to provide exhibit graphic services.
A/E Group Inc. in Owings Mills won a $500 contract from the Bureau of Indian Affairs to provide engineering and design services.