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

Mason & Hanger Services Inc. in Hampton, Va., won a $99,660,416 contract from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to provide a logistics, administrative, security and scientific information contract.

Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. in Newport News won a $27,200,000 contract from the Navy to provide post-shakedown services for the USS Albany.

Mantech Field Engineering in Alexandria won an $18,259,073 contract from the State Department to maintain cryptographic and digital equipment.

Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. in Newport News won a $16 million contract from the Navy to provide design agent services for the SSN 688 class submarines.

RJO Enterprises Inc. in Lanham, Md., won a $13,442,008 contract from the Navy to provide research and development of the high-speed fleet broadcast subsystem.

Science Applications International Corp. in McLean won an $11,588,344 contract from the Army for an automation mechanism for pooling maritime law enforcement and intelligence data.

International Business Machines Corp. in Gaithersburg won a $9,518,279 contract from the Air Force to sustain engineering tasks in support of the Air Force satellite control network.

International Science and Technology Institute Inc. in Washington won an $8,356,519 contract from the Agency for International Development to monitor food and nutrition and related policy analysis worldwide.

Contel Federal Systems in Chantilly won an $8,227,898 contract from the Air Force to provide operational and maintenance support services for the Ground Wave Emergency Network.

Centennial Contractors Inc. in Vienna won a $7,380,000 contract from the Navy to provide an addition to a customer data operation facility construction project.

International Business Machines Corp. in Gaithersburg won a $6,916,118 contract from the Air Force to provide integrated logistics support for the Consolidated Space Operation Center for the planned turnover to the Air Force space command.

Basil/Trataros in Washington won a $6,054,133 contract from the Defense Department to provide engineering services.

International Science and Technology Institute in Washington won a $5,590,035 contract from the Agency for International Development to provide technical assistance in health management and administration, health-care financing and nutrition.

Milcom Systems Corp. in Virginia Beach won a $5,064,371 contract from the Navy to install an electronic system.

Coal Technology Corp. in Bristol, Va., won a $4,531,726 contract from the Department of Energy to research an evaluation of the engineering and development of advanced cyclone processes.

Delex Systems Inc. in Vienna won a $4,500,000 contract from the Air Force to provide a classified study and report.

Innovative Logistics Techniques Inc. in McLean, Va., won a $4,172,543 contract from the Army to provide technical representative services.

PAI Advanced Studies Inc. in Alexandria won a $3,967,742 contract from the Marine Corps to provide technical support services for a Florida training division.

Capitoliare Building Services in Washington won a $3,745,042 contract from the Internal Revenue Service to provide janitorial services.

Orkand Corp. in Silver Spring won a $3,701,160 contract from the Agency for International Development to provide data-processing system analysis, design and project design.

Institute for International Research Inc. in Arlington won a $2,598,523 contract from the Agency for International Development to provide an environmental training program.

KPMG Peat Marwick in Washington won a $2,336,382 contract from the Department of Labor to provide audit services.

Program Resources Inc. in Annapolis won a $1,746,647 contract from the National Institutes of Health to exercise a one year option to provide occupational medical services.

Beckman Instruments Inc. in Columbia, Md., won a $1,709,624 contract from the National Institutes of Health to exercise an option year for preventive maintenance of NIH owned and leased Beckman instruments.

Biotech Research Laboratories Inc. in Rockville won a $1,548,070 contract from the Army to study the genomic variability of the HIV GP 120 relevance in designing AIDS vaccines.

Computer Data Systems Inc. in Rockville won a $1,123,196 contract from the Federal Communications Commission to provide operations and maintenance of a government owned facility.

American Computer Resources Inc. in Alexandria won a $1,029,180 contract from the Navy to provide Tempest compliant printers.

United Book Press in Baltimore won a $932,382 contract from the Government Printing Office to provide printing services.

Unisys Corp. in McLean won a $903,233 contract from the Navy to provide engineering and technical services for preparing and updating ship information book manuals.

EA Remediation Technologies Inc. in Hunt Valley, Md., won an $807,264 contract from the Army to remove underground storage tanks at Fort Bliss, Tx.

BFI Waste Systems Inc. in Capital Heights, Md., won an $804,012 contract from the National Institutes of Health to collect and dispose of solid waste.

AAI Corp. in Hunt Valley, Md., won a $751,000 increment as part of a $5,557,566 contract from the Army to supply advanced equipment.

A.W. Stevens & Sons in Upper Marlboro won a $561,475 contract from the Air Force to provide refuse collection and disposal at Andrews Air Force Base, Md.

Ensco Inc. in Springfield won a $440,275 contract from Labcom to provide system characterization test and experimental facility upgrades.

Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore won a $326,342 contract from the Army to research the development of an aquatic bioassay using the Medaka to assess a human health risk: tumor immuno-diagnosis.

Atlantic Research Corp. in Gainesville, Va., won a $306,515 contract from NASA to recast and reload solid motor cases.

Mobile-Modular Express Inc. in Kingsville, Md., won a $257,715 contract from the Army to provide a lease for an administrative facility.

Blueridge General Inc. in Norfolk won a $245,318 contract from the Navy to provide repairs and alterations to building 524 at the Fleet Combat Training Center, Virginia Beach, Va.

Center for Naval Analyses in Alexandria won a $236,731 contract from the Navy to provide studies, analyses and support of Navy and Marine Corps programs.

Henderson Inc. in Williamsburg, Va., won a $229,000 contract from NASA to repair airfield pavements.

Ideal Electronic Security Co. in Washington won a $185,000 contract from the Army to replace PCB transformers of Building 2490 at Fort Meade, Md.

Virtexco Corp. in Norfolk won a $169,825 contract from the Navy to construct and repair stairs at the Fleet Combat Training Center in Dam Neck, Virginia Beach, Va.

GL Cornell Co. in Gaithersburg won a $166,600 contract from the Air Force to supply a lease with the option to purchase golf course equipment.

Seaward International Inc. in Clearbrook, Va., won a $165,400 contract from the Navy for ship and marine equipment.

Rivkin Associates in Bethesda won a $157,541 contract from the Department of Transportation to research corridor preservation criteria and analytical selection process.

Metters Industries Inc. in McLean won a $150,000 contract from the Air Force for engineering services.

Webcraft Technologies in Washington, won a $130,789 contract from the Government Printing Office for printing services.

PHP Healthcare Corp. in Alexandria won a $130,440 contract from the Air Force to provide radiology technicians.

Xerox Corp. in McLean, Va., won a $130,000 contract from the Navy to provide hardware maintenance of government owned Xerox information office systems equipment.

EER Systems Corp. in Vienna won a $121,139 contract from the Army for cost analysis support services.

Nicholson Sprinkler Corp. in Richmond won a $120,788 contract from the Navy to supply fire detection and supression systems.

BM&K Builders Inc. in Colonial Beach, Va., won a $110,192 contract from the Navy for a storage building.

Read Construction Co. in Hampton, Va., won a $107,700 contract from the General Services Administration for computer room renovations.

ARC Professional Services Group in Rockville won a $100,000 increment as part of a $60,505 contract from the Army to provide operation and maintenance of an electromagnetic environmental test facility.