This is a summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in the Washington, Baltimore and Richmond areas.

Information Systems & Networks Corp. in Bethesda won a $50 million contract from the Air Force to provide a low cost video teleconferencing system.

Fairchild Defense in Germantown, Md., won a $13,979,492 contract from the Air Force to provide software, supplies and support equipment.

Omega World Travel Inc. in Falls Church won contracts totaling $9,059,739 from the General Services Administration to establish and operate travel management centers for federal agencies in the Washington area.

Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore won a $3,456,495 contract from the Navy to provide aresearch study for an ultraviolet spectroscopic explorer instrument.

Labat-Anderson Inc. in Arlington won a $3 million contract from the Army to provide engineering services.

Computer Dynamics Inc. in Virginia Beach won a $2,306,580 contract from the Navy to provide engineering services.

Digital Equipment Corp. in Landover won a $1,940,772 contract from the Goddard Space Flight Center for international solar terrestrial physics central data.

NES Government Services Inc. in Virginia Beach won a $1,478,272 contract from the Army for emergency room physician services.

Mid Eastern Builders Inc. in Chesapeake, Va., won a $1,371,000 contract from the Coast Guard to provide construction of a fuel farm.

Fannon Petroleum Services Inc. in Alexandria won a $1,310,045 contract from the Defense Fuel Supply Center to furnish a fuel oil burner.

Digital Equipment Corp. in Lanham won a $1,269,288 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to provide maintenance service.

Norfolk Shipbuilding & Drydock Corp. in Norfolk won a $1,219,258 contract from the Navy to provide ship repair to the USS Fortify.

NES Government Services Inc. in Virginia Beach won a $1,164,201 contract from the Army for emergency room physicians services.

C.B.C. Enterprises Inc. in Norfolk won a $1,145,637 contract from the Department of Commerce to upgrade emergency power and air-conditioning systems.

Aerostructures in Arlington won a $954,000 contract from the Navy for engineering and technical services.

T.G. Bauer Associates Inc. in Falls Church won an $862,192 contract from the Navy for technical recommendations.

Comprehensive Technologies International Inc. in Chantilly won an $800,000 contract from the Navy for technical, engineering and management support.

Native American Consultants Inc. in Washington won a $736,192 contract from the Treasury Department to provide support services for automated payroll and personnel systems.

Union Envelope Co. in Richmond won a $735,935 contract from the General Services Administration to supply envelopes.

Eastern Technical Enterprises in Norfolk won a $715,291 contract from the Military Sealift Command for maintenance and repair of equipment.

Atlantic Research Corp. in Gainsville, Va., won a $651,751 contract from the Air Force for new explosives technology.

Training Systems Group in Arlington won a $635,884 contract from the Navy for technical reviews.

T.G. Bauer Associates Inc. in Falls Church won a $587,434 contract from the Navy for engineering and technical support services.

L.S.A. Inc. in Arlington won a $522,947 contract from the Navy to provide program, engineering and technical evaluations.

Carefree Travel Inc. in Fairfax won a $510,425 contract from the General Services Administration to provide establishment and operation of travel management centers for various federal agencies in the Washington area.

BTG in Vienna won a $500,668 contract from the Navy to supply guided missiles.

J&K Contracting in Lanham won a $488,059 contract from the Army to provide interior painting and refinishing of floors in various permanent family quarters.

Computer Systems Development Corp. in Chantilly won a $470,349 contract from the Navy for analytical and technical services.

Mid Eastern Builders in Chesapeake, Va., won a $444,000 contract from the Coast Guard for maintenance, repairs and alterations.

Michelin Tire Corp. in Hanover, Md., won a $421,585 contract from the Army to supply 2,588 pneumatic tires.

JJM in Norfolk won a $406,866 contract from the Navy for ship repairs.

Mace Electric Co. in Baltimore won a $337,734 contract from the Navy to replace PCB Transformers at the Naval radio transmitting facility in Annapolis.

Booz-Allen & Hamilton in Bethesda won a $334,000 contract from the Navy to provide system engineering and technical assistance for ship-to-shore telecommunications.

T.G. Bauer Associates Inc. in Falls Church won a $326,974 contract from the Navy for engineering and technical support.

Statcom Inc. in McLean won a $318,531 contract from the Navy to provide technical and program evaluations.

T.G. Bauer Associates Inc. in Falls Church won a $252,572 contract from the Navy for independent cost analyses.

Applied Ordnance Technology in Washington, Md., won a $249,963 contract from the Navy to provide energetic materials and undersea warhead technology.

XETA International Inc. in Indian Head, Md., won a $244,936 contract from the Navy to provide technical services.

L.S.A. Inc. in Arlington won a $229,938 contract from the Navy to provide production support for aviation life support systems.

McDonald & Eudy in Temple Hills, Md., won a $211,609 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office for printing services.

American Cyanamid in Harve de Grace, Md., won a $200,454 contract from the General Services Administration to supply adhesive modified epoxy film.

DP Associates Inc. in Arlington won a $186,732 contract from the Navy to provide engineering and management support services.

DCS Corp. in Alexandria won a $169,175 contract from the Navy for technical, scientific and engineering evaluations.

Northern Telecom Inc. in Vienna won a $153,000 contract from the Department of Commerce to supply communications equipment.

Systems Engineering Research & Development in McLean won a $150,000 contract from the Air Force to provide maintenance and repair of equipment.

T.G. Bauer Associates in Falls Church won a $138,682 contract from the Navy for engineering and technical support.

H.L. Lancon Construction Co. in Kensington, Md., won a $126,998 contract from the National Institute of Standards and Technology to remove and replace an underground storage tank.

DCS Corp. in Alexandria won a $125,508 contract from the Navy for technical, scientific and engineering evaluations.

Byon Inc. in Forestville, Md., won a $123,300 contract from the National Institute of Standards and Technology to provide drainage modification.

Scientific and Commercial Systems Corp. in Alexandria won a $121,668 contract from the Department of Energy to provide maintenance and repair of equipment.

Hewlett-Packard Co. in Rockville won a $119,370 contract from the Navy to supply instrument and laboratory equipment.

Holmes Brothers Enterprises Inc. in Portsmouth, Va., won a $117,000 contract from the Navy to provide ship repair.

EER Systems Corp. in Vienna won a $109,505 contract from the Army to provide cost analysis support services.

T.G. Bauer Associates Inc. in Falls Church won a $109,404 contract from the Navy for independent studies.