This is a summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in the District, Maryland and Virginia.
Donohue Construction Co. in Glen Allen, Va., won an $8,984,000 contract from the Army to provide a commissary at Fort Eustis.
GRID Systems Corp. in Vienna won a $4,729,600 contract from the Labor Department to supply configured workstations.
CBC Enterprises Inc. in Norfolk won a $1,779,700 contract from the General Services Administration to provide space alterations at the U.S. Courthouse.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $1,725,329 contract from the Army for research work on expert missile tracker experiments.
ARINC Research Corp. in Annapolis won a $1,433,788 contract from the Navy for miscellaneous services.
Infosystems Technology Inc. in Greenbelt won a $1,279,502 contract from the Rome Air Development Center for research and development work on small computers.
Ecolochem Inc. in Norfolk won a $1,047,608 contract from the Tennessee Valley Authority to supply a boiler makeup water treatment system.
Honeywell Federal Systems in McLean won a $618,746 contract from the Navy to upgrade automatic data-processing equipment.
Ocean Systems Research Inc. in Annapolis won a $532,194 contract from the Navy for experimental, developmental and research work.
Electrico Inc. in Baltimore won a $491,700 contract from NASA to maintain, repair and alter real property.
Westat Inc. in Rockville won a $435,715 contract from the National Cancer Institute for experimental, developmental, test and research work.
PSC Inc. in Fairfax won a $422,232 contract from the Justice Department to operate a sensitive compartmented information facility.
Kop-Flex Inc. in Baltimore won a $392,180 contract from the Navy to provide flexible non-lubricated couplings.
James Bell Associates in Arlington won a $343,480 contract from the National Institutes of Health for expert and consultant services.
Editors Press in Hyattsville won a $341,907 contract from the Government Printing Office for book printing services.
Dual and Associates in Arlington won a $329,799 contract from the Navy to provide engineering and technical evaluations.
DCS Corp. in Alexandria won contracts totaling $313,670 from the Navy to provide technical, scientific and engineering evaluations.
Twigg Corp. in District Heights won a $311,000 contract from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide indoor air quality and toilet exhaust for USDA's administration building.
Pace Inc. in Laurel won a $303,643 contract from the Air Force to supply power.
GTE Products Corp. in Springfield won a $243,750 contract from the Defense General Supply Center to furnish fluorescent lamp starters.
CASA Aircraft USA Inc. in Chantilly won a $224,494 contract from the Coast Guard to lease light aircraft.
Metters Industries Inc. in Arlington won a $209,696 contract from the Navy to provide technical services.
Sperry Marine Inc. in Charlottesville won a $207,576 contract from the Navy to supply a depth detector.
Whitney, Bailey, Cox, & Magnani in Timonium, Md., won a $200,000 contract from the Navy to provide general civic design and engineering services.
Israel Military Industries in Chevy Chase won a $185,000 contract from the Air Force to supply aircraft and airframe structural components.
LSA Inc. in Arlington won a $179,941 contract from the Navy to provide technical support services.
Michelin Tire Corp. in Hanover, Md., won a $178,738 contract from the Army to supply 53 pneumatic tires.
Art Litho. Co. in Baltimore won a $167,785 contract from the Government Printing Office to supply folders.
Orkand Corp. in Silver Spring, Md., won a $163,335 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide a data management support for biometry and epidemiology program for the National Eye Institute.
DCS Corp. in Alexandria won a $160,929 contract from the Navy to provide technical, scientific and engineering evaluations.
Computer Systems Development Corp. in Chantilly won a $157,791 contract from the Navy to provide analytical and technical services.
Unisys Corp. in Reston won a $145,822 contract from the Electronic Systems Division for architectural and engineering services.
Associated Naval Architects Inc. in Portsmouth, Va., won a $145,225 contract from the Air Force to provide vessel repair.
Technology Applications Inc. in Alexandria won a $140,000 contract from the Navy to provide warehouse operation services for government furnished materials.
Human Factor Solutions in Rockville won a $140,000 contract from the Air Force for research and development work.
Global Distributors Inc. in Virginia Beach won a $139,104 contract from the Veterans Administration Marketing Center to supply canned fruit cocktail.
RBC Inc. in Arlington won a $131,608 contract from the Navy to provide production engineering and technical investigations.
Unisys Corp. in McLean won a $129,928 contract from the Navy for maintenance services.
EMD Mechanical Specialist in Rockville won a $128,700 contract from the FBI to upgrade and relocate air conditioning units.
LSA Inc. in Arlington won a $128,178 contract from the Navy to provide independent reviews of production planning and acquisition document.
ST Systems Corp. in Lanham won a $126,051 contract from the Air Force for research and development on a doppler weather radar.
The Elrich Group General Contractors in Forestville won a $125,777 Department of Energy contract for construction services.
Training Systems Group in Arlington won a $118,681 contract from the Navy to provide technical assessments.