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

Oracle Complex Systems Co. in Arlington won a $3,025,527 contract from the VA Office of Acquisition & Material Management for a database management system.

Veda Inc. in Alexandria won a $2,660,188 contract from the Army for electro-optical camouflage.

Singleton Electric Co. Inc. in Gaithersburg won a $2,588,000 contract from the Navy for electrical distribution services.

PRC Systems Services in McLean won a $1,453,206 contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for operation, maintenance and technical support of a data distribution system.

Scheduled Airline Traffic Office Inc. in Arlington won a $1,194,128 contract from the Navy for lodging services.

TRW in Jessup, Md., won a $1,160,587 contract from the U.S. Postal Service for maintenance services.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $928,030 contract from the Army for software packages.

Summer Consultants Inc. in McLean won a $750,000 contract from the Army for architectural and engineering services.

Raytheon Service Co. in Virginia Beach won a $595,976 contract from the Navy for engineering and technical services.

KSK Enterprises Inc. in Baltimore won a $507,365 contract from the Defense Electronics Supply Center to furnish flexible disks.

Computer Sciences Co. in Herndon won a $480,077 contract from the Air Force to supply a high-speed printer system.

National Industries for the Blind in Alexandria won a $476,961 contract from the General Services Administration to supply card label holders.

Professional Building Service and Maintenance in Baltimore won a $475,272 contract from the Social Security Administration for janitorial services.

Bildon Inc. in Fairfax won a $410,606 contract from the Army for repair services.

Advex Co. in Hampton, Va., won a $382,818 contract from the Navy for optical sight alignment test sites.

AAI Corp. in Hunt Valley, Md., won a $342,031 contract from the Army for research and development services.

Zellerbach in Richmond won a $340,402 contract from Unicor Inc. to supply printing paper.

Fairchild Industries Inc. in Germantown won a $294,310 contract from the Air Force to supply electronic components.

National Industries for the Blind in Alexandria won a $269,412 contract from the General Services Administration to supply typewriter carbons and paper.

ONI Construction in Washington won a $262,997 contract from the Navy for a building addition.

Bendix Field Engineering Corp. in Columbia, Md., won a $259,131 contract from the U.S. Geological Survey for global seismological data systems support services.

Metropolitan Janitorial Service Inc. in Richmond won a $237,549 contract from the Defense Personnel Support Center to supply men's caps.

Federal Publications Inc. in Washington won a $231,072 contract from the Air Force for legal publications.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $225,020 contract from the Air Force to upgrade spare parts.

Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore won a $213,601 contract from the Navy for research studies.

TCO Inc. in Chester, Md., won a $193,920 contract from the Navy to build a storage facility.

Metro Printing & Copying in Beltsville won a $190,706 contract from the Government Printing Office for book printing services.

Maxwell Communications Co. in Rockville won a $190,262 contract from the Government Printing Office to furnish printing supplies.

Photocraft Inc. in Rockville won a $180,000 contract from the Department of Labor for photographic lab services.

Commercial Laundry in Baltimore won a $178,640 contract from the Air Force for laundering government-owned linens.

Norfolk Ship Repair in Portsmouth, Va., won a $170,370 contract from the Navy for shipboard passageways.

Fairchild Defense in Germantown won a $159,000 contract from the Air Force for demonstration sites.

IMI Inc. in Bethesda won a $137,300 contract from the Navy to build a storage facility.

Ellicott Engineering Inc. in Baltimore won a $135,722 contract from the Army to supply ship and marine parts.

PS Enterprises in Temple Hills won a $128,941 contract from the Government Printing Office for book printing services.

Smallwood & Sons Inc. in Oxon Hill won a $123,286 contract from the Department of Energy for renovations.

Jenkins Construction in McLean won a $113,000 contract from the Navy to construct a storage shed.

J&M Sheet Metal Inc. in Riva, Md., won a $112,690 contract from the Army to upgrade an HVAC system.

E&W Cleaning Service in Smithsfield, Va., won a $101,774 contract from the Marines for custodial services.