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

CBIS Federal Inc. in Fairfax won a $56,709,581 contract from the Department of Justice to provide ADP support services.

Evaluation Research Corp. in Fairfax won a $49,815,126 contract from the Department of Justice to provide automatic data-processing support services.

Orkand Corp. in Silver Spring won a $49,257,296 contract from the Department of Justice to provide automatic data-processing support services.

AGS Genasys Corp. in Rockville won a $48,988,428 contract from the Department of Justice to provide automatic data-processing support services.

Science Applications International Corp. in McLean won a $29,106,130 contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to provide technical support for the Super Fund innovative technology evaluation program.

Center for Health Policy Studies Inc. in Columbia, Md., won a $20,048,000 contract from the Health Resources and Services Administration to provide cost, utilization patterns and diagnoses of Medicaid recipients.

National Technologies Associates Inc. in Arlington won a $16,612,954 contract from the Navy to provide logistics management support services.

Concrete General Inc. in Gaithersburg won a $12,156,644 contract from the Federal Highway Administration to provide new construction and major additions to existing buildings or facilities.

Grunley Construction Co. in Rockville won an $11,865,000 contract from the Construction Contracts Division to renovate the Ariel Rios federal building.

KPMG Peat Marwick in Washington won a $10,589,703 contract from the Department of Agriculture to provide integrated financial management information system services.

Concrete General Inc. in Gaithersburg won a $9,995,807 contract from the Federal Highway Administration for a Baltimore-Washington Parkway rehabilitation project.

Able Service Contracts Inc. in Kensington, Md., won an $8,903,036 contract from the Navy to provide custodial services at the Washington Naval District in Washington.

Aurora Associates Inc. in Washington won a $5,736,208 contract from the Regional Contracts Office to provide training and institutional development in Swaziland.

SSI Corp. in Hunt Valley won a $5,557,566 contract from the Army to supply advanced boresight equipment.

NUS Corp. in Gaithersburg won a $4,787,793 contract from the Department of Energy to provide technical support services.

Vitro Corp. in Silver Spring won a $4,612,192 contract from the Navy to provide equipment installation, testing and modification services.

National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors Inc. in Washington won a $4,290,585 contract from the Office for Substance Abuse Prevention to provide substance abuse counselor training.

Suburban Contractors Inc. in Vienna won a $3,450,000 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to construct a new post office at Crystal Rock and Wisteria Drive in Germantown, Md.

Phoenix Research Corp. in Bethesda won a $3,262,718 contract from the Air Force to provide logistic functional analysis.

Price Waterhouse in Washington won a $2,946,168 contract from the Agency for International Development to provide a feasible study fund.

Planning Research Corp. in McLean won a $2,884,596 contract from the Immigration and Naturalization Service to provide automatic data-processing facilities operation support.

Espina Stone Co. in Fairfax won a $2,699,439 contract from the Federal Highway Administration for work on the the Shenandoah National Park Project.

American Telephone & Telegraph Corp. Federal Systems in Washington won a $2,212,000 contract from the Internal Revenue Service to provide intercept announcement services.

ST Systems Corp. in Lanham, Md., won a $1,718,907 contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to provide sounding-system operational implementation, science support and improvements.

Allied-Signal Aerospace Co. in Columbia, Md., won a $1,554,029 contract from the Navy to provide ultra-fast converter-based resonant-tunneling diodes.

Julius Branscome Inc. in Woodbridge, Va., won a $1,301,674 contract from the Federal Highway Administration to provide access highway project for Dulles International Airport.

Automation Fabricators and Engineering Co. in Frederick, Md., won a $1,114,662 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to provide canceler-stacking machines.

Norair Engineering Corp. in Landover, Md., won a $1,040,800 contract from the Navy to provide wastewater treatment facilities at building 215 and 874 at the Naval Ordnance Station, Indian Head, Md.

Sverdrup Corp. in Falls Church won a $1 million contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide architectural and engineering services.

D. Gibson Restoration in Capitol Heights, Md., won a $1 million contract from the Construction Contracts Division to provide roof repairs.

Martin Contracting in Upper Marlboro won an $853,000 contract from the Navy to renovate a building at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington.

H.V. Lancon Construction Co. in Kensington, Md., won a $673,626 contract from the Army to provide repair of postwide asphalt.

R.J. Crowley Inc. in Rockville won a $659,000 contract from the Construction Contracts Division to repair plaza stairs and sidewalks.

BCM Engineers Inc. in Washington won a $622,470 contract from the Navy to provide architectural and engineering services for asbestos inventory.

DCS Corp. in Alexandria won a $619,450 contract from the Navy to provide engineering analyses and technical assistance.

Pacific Sierra Research Corp. in Arlington won a $549,625 contract from the Department of Energy to provide technical support services for the office of nuclear non-proliferation policy.

National Capital Flag Co. in Alexandria won a $522,416 contract from the Veterans Affairs Marketing Center to provide dedication seals and plaques, and indoor and oudoor organizational flags.

OPNS Contracting in Landover, Md., won a $513,965 contract from the Air Force to install and remove of land mobile radios.

Capital Entertainment in Washington won a $510,000 contract from the Navy to lease motion pictures.

Ebasco Environmental in Arlington won a $500,000 contract from the Navy to provide architectural-engineering services.

Onyx Group Inc. in Alexandria won a $500,000 contract from the Navy to provide engineering services.

Resource Consultants Inc. in Vienna won a $385,422 contract from the Navy to provide services for advanced test concepts program support.

MRC Construction in Washington won a $330,761 contract from the Army to provide exterior cleaning and window repairs at Fort Belvoir.

Hewlett-Packard Co. in Rockville won a $301,200 contract from the Navy to supply a broadband microwave upconverter.

SRA Corp. in Arlington won a $300,438 contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide civil defense program planning and development.

McDonnell Landscape Maintenance Inc. in Bethesda won a $278,685 contract from the Air Force to provide landscaping at Bolling Air Force Base.

MTS Systems Corp. in Fredricksburg, Va., won a $274,780 contract from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to supply two fatigue-test machines.

BDM Engineering Services Co. in McLean, Va., won a $237,080 contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide federal response and the development of the Federal Response Center.

Data General Corp. in McLean, Va., won a $204,465 contract from the Navy to maintain government owned equipment.

DRI/McGraw Hill Inc. in Washington won a $200,000 contract from the Department of Energy to provide teleprocessing services.

BT Tymnet Inc. in Vienna won a $187,500 contract from the Department of Energy to provide teleprocessing services.

Vitro Corp. in Silver Spring won a $175,495 contract from the Navy to provide module cabinet maintenance assistance.

Win Laboratories Ltd. in Manassas won a $160,080 contract from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to provide microcomputer and an internal modem.

Integral Systems Inc. in Lanham, Md., won a $129,737 contract from the Navy to provide a portable telemetry processing system.