This is a summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Virginia, Maryland and the District.
W.M. Schlosser Co. Inc. in Hyattsville won a $32,021,000 contract from the National Institutes of Health for general construction.
CTA Inc. in Rockville won a $16,195,105 contract from the Navy to integrate an aircraft weapons system.
Advanced Technology Inc. in Reston won a $10,858,187 contract from the Navy for engineering and technical support.
CACI Inc. in Fairfax won a $10,719,324 contract from the Navy for engineering studies and analysis for various aircraft systems.
3M Medical Imaging System Division in Washington won a $6,149,247 contract from the Veterans Administration Marketing Center to furnish medical equipment and supplies.
AAI Corp. in Hunt Valley, Md., won a $5,166,000 contract from the Navy for maintenance and repair of equipment.
Veda Inc. in Alexandria won a $4,436,405 contract from the Navy for naval air warfare advanced systems engineering.
IBM Corp. in Bethesda won a $3,889,916 contract from the Air Force to supply an IBM 3090 processor, equipment and installation.
Geomet Technologies Inc. in Germantown won a $3,703,678 contract from the Army for an advanced clothing subsystem.
E-OIR Measurements in Spotsylvania, Va., won a $3,266,763 contract from the Air Force to supply sensor measurements.
Unisys Corp. System Services Group in McLean won a $2,837,222 contract from the Navy for computer program support.
Raven Services Corp. in Lorton won a $2,723,981 contract from the Internal Revenue Service for operations and maintenance services.
Fibertek Inc. in Herndon won a $2,374,878 contract from the Air Force to supply a solid-state laser radar source.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Hunt Valley, Md., won a $2,293,451 contract from the Air Force for repair services.
Carlson Travel Network in Alexandria won a $2.1 million contract from the General Services Administration to establish and operate travel management centers for various federal agencies in the Washington area.
DCS Corp. in Alexandria won a $1,837,219 contract from the Treasury Department to research and develop electro-optic services.
General Physics Corp. in Columbia, Md., won a $1.8 million contract from the Tennessee Valley Authority to perform quality control inspections.
Technical Assistance and Training Corp. in Washington won a $1,536,895 contract from the Labor Department for automated data-processing training for the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and administrative support for the training.
Quincy Co. in Temple Hills won a $1,527,903 contract from the Army for ancillary health care provider services.
Pitney Bowes Inc. in Springfield won a $1,387,571 contract from the Federal Aviation Administration to supply postage meters, scales, mailing machines and components.
Mathematica Policy Research Inc. in Washington won a $1,246,172 contract from the National Science Foundation to help redesign scientific and technical personnel surveys.
Centennial Contractors Inc. in Vienna won a $1,086,000 contract from the Navy to convert a building to a lab at the Naval Research Laboratory.
Norfolk Shipbuilding and Drydock Corp. in Norfolk won an $871,409 contract from the Military Sealift Command to supply drydocking and U.S. Coast Guard recertifications.
Marine Hydraulics International Inc. in Norfolk won a $681,752 contract from the Military Sealift Command for maintenance and repair of equipment.
Miracle Cleaning Services Inc. in Hanover, Md., won a $518,966 contract from the Army for custodial services.