This is a summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Virginia, Maryland and the District.
Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. in Newport News won a $5,003,973 contract from the Navy to build an HY-130 steel hull test section.
Federal Computer Corp. in Falls Church won a $4,727,927 contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to supply mobile communication systems.
Hammond-Mitchell Inc. in Covington, Va., won a $4,387,900 contract from the Department of Agriculture's Forest Service to construct major building additions.
GTE/ManTech in Alexandria won a $2,492,722 contract from the Electronic Security Command to provide maintenance and engineering services for the Ladylove site at Misawa Air Base in Japan.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va., won a $1,626,806 contract from the Army to supply 3,169 periscopes for tanks.
Henningson, Durham & Richardson Inc. in Alexandria won a $1,414,281 contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs for an outpatient center addition.
Engineering and Economics Research Inc. in Vienna won a $1,317,504 contract from the Army for the operation and maintenance of a combat maneuver training center.
Storage Technology Corp. in Silver Spring won a $996,175 contract from the Navy to supply a tape cartridge subsystem.
Motorola Inc. in Landover won a $963,625 contract from the Navy to provide repair and maintenance services.
Booz-Allen and Hamilton Inc. in Bethesda won a $944,811 contract from the Navy for system engineering and technical analysis support for a Navy telecommunications program.
McDonnell Douglas Space Systems Co. in Rockville won a $911,946 contract from the Department of Commerce to provide independent verification and validation services.
Astron Corp. in Herndon won a $745,493 contract from the Air Force to supply modification and testing of ground and airborne jamming systems.
Sealift Inc. in Fairfax won a $552,000 contract from the Navy to provide ocean transportation services.
Techna Graphics Inc. in Washington won a $520,000 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide printing services.
Wiley & Wilson in Lynchburg, Va., won a $500,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide engineering services for Virginia.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $484,170 contract from the Air Force to provide condition monitoring for phased-array radar.
Cray Research Inc. in Calverton won a $454,000 contract from the Air Force to supply DD49 disks for the Cray computer.
Diversified Engineering Inc. in Silver Spring won a $400,000 contract from the Air Force to supply gas conversion for military family housing.
Charles G. Marshall Inc. in Clinton, Md., won a $354,000 contract from the Navy to provide repair and upgrade of buildings.
Jones and Frank Corp. in Winchester won a $247,985 contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to supply new underground fuel tanks.
Northern Telecom Inc. in Vienna won a $218,416 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to upgrade a telephone system.
Manassas Ice & Fuel Co. in Manassas won a $216,852 contract from the Defense Fuel Supply Center to furnish a fuel oil burner.
National Public Services Research Institute in Landover won a $209,740 contract from the Department of Transportation for an evaluation of training for drug recognition experts.
AAI Corp. in Hunt Valley, Md., won a $199,495 contract from the David Taylor Research Center to research scientific study and experimentation in the area of surface mobility for Marine Corps vehicles.
Oakcrest Printing in Beltsville, Md., won a $188,750 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide pamphlet printing services.
PCS/LAW Engineering in Beltsville, Md., won a $188,034 contract from the Department of Transportation to supply a manual on principles and practices of rigid pavement design.
FJR Builders in Upper Marlboro won a $166,093 contract from the Navy to provide fire protection.
Space and Sensors Associates in Vienna won a $157,361 contract from the Navy for system engineering and technical support, integrated logistics and management program and acquisition support.
Independent Professionals in Lanham, Md., won a $150,386 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide microfiche printing services.
G.F.G. Builders in Adelphi won a $129,000 contract from the Navy to provide construction for a storage shed.
Gray Graphics in Brentwood won a $112,119 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide printing jacket services.
Twigg Corp. in District Heights won a $104,000 contract from the Navy to replace an air handler.