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

Keydata Systems Inc. in Greenbelt won a $43,441,841 contract from the Internal Revenue Service to provide editing, data transcription and verification services for currency transaction reports.

Orkand Corp. in Silver Spring won a $26,603,939 contract from the Department of Energy to provide systems programming, analysis, reports and data collection.

Amdahl Corp. in Washington won an $11,138,434 contract from the National Aeronautics and Space Administraton's Lewis Research Center to provide extension of contract for continuation of lease of the UTS/580 software.

Digital Analysis Corp. in Reston won a $10 million contract from the Federal Bureau of Prisons to provide minicomputer systems.

Decision-Science Applications Inc. in Arlington won an $8,458,469 contract from the Air Force to provide monostatic radar technology.

Westinghouse Elec. Corp.'s Oceanic Division in Annapolis won a $6,634,185 contract from the Navy to provide a circuit card assembly.

CPP/Pinkerton in Silver Spring won a $5,170,265 contract from the Justice Department to provide court security services.

Vector Microwave Research Corp. in Alexandria won a $1,917,103 contract from the Navy to provide surface EW improvements and technical support of EW systems and research and development.

National Industries in Alexandria won a $1,455,630 contract from the General Services Administration to provide index sheet sets.

NNS HealthCare Inc. in Silver Spring won a $1,295,072 contract from the Social Security Administration to provide nursing services for two Social Security health units.

National Captioning Institute Inc. in Falls Church won a $2,717,509 contract from the Education Department to provide closed-captioned television, movies, mini-series and specials.

University of Maryland in College Park won a $1,518,917 contract from the Education Department to provide developing educational reform policy options to improve services to students with disabilities.

Centech Group Inc. in Arlington won a $1,351,417 contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide library support services.

Federal Data Corp. in Gaithersburg won a $1,181,766 contract from the Justice Department to provide office automation training services.

Computer Networks Systems Inc. in Washington won a $1,800,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide teleprocessing services.

Westat Inc. in Rockville won a $1,405,814 contract from the Education Department to provide a 1991 survey of recent college graduates.

Plandel Inc. in Sterling won a $955,500 contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide an addition to a building.

American Institutes for Research in Washington won an $804,715 contract from Education Department to provide magnet schools and issues of public school desegregation quality and choice.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $793,650 contract from the Air Force to provide an adaptive processing radar study.

Westat Inc. in Rockville won a $553,276 contract from the Education Department to provide a national postsecondary student aid study.

Hoffman Communications Systems in Chantilly won a $527,522 contract from the Transportation Department to provide electronic systems integration for a new press briefing room at department headquarters in Washington.

Mitre Corp. in McLean won a $494,423 contract from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission to provide support of nuclear power plant license renewal rules.

Federal Prison Industries in Washington won a $480,248 contract from the General Services Administration to provide traffic signs.

DP Associates Inc. in Arlington won a $462,252 contract from the Navy to provide system engineering assessments.

Chaselle Inc. in Columbia, Md., won a $450,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide athletic and recreational equipment.

C3 Inc. in Herndon won a $436,739 contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide general purpose automatic data processing equipment, software, supplies and support equipment.

Hygienetics Inc. in Alexandria won a $400,000 contract to provide architectural and engineering services for asbestos monitoring.

General Electric-Fitchburg Machines in Washington won a $352,000 contract from the Navy to provide a rotary pump.

American Scientific International in McLean won a $333,643 contract with options of $1,892,683 to provide technical support to the office of environmental processes and effects research.

Sperry Marine Inc. in Charlottesville won a $288,000 contract from the Navy to provide assembly handling.

Kaydon Corp. in Baltimore won a $244,320 contract from the Air Force to provide 51 carbon seals.

Southern Systems Inc. in Virginia Beach won a $238,883 contract from the Navy to provide a hoisting systems replacement hangar at Leeward U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Dylantic Inc. in Virginia Beach won a $237,600 contract form the Navy to provide pharmacy technical services.

General Electric-Salem in Washington won a $224,076 contract from the Navy to provide an MG set regulator.

Comsat Laboratories in Clarksburg, Md., won a $222,540 contract from the Commerce Department to provide dual-port circularly polarized horn antennas.

Honeywell Federal Systems Inc. in Vienna won a $206,735 contract from the Navy to provide circuit card assembly.

Honeywell Federal Systems Inc. in McLean won a $204,864 contract from the Navy to provide software license and support.

Jorge Scientific Corp. in Arlington won a $162,681 contract from the Navy to compile and review foreign military sales.

Defense Systems Concepts Inc. in Hanover, Md., won a $159,202 contract from the Air Force to provide a terrain bounce.

Training Systems Group in Arlington won a $157,933 contract from the Navy to provide technical reviews for architectural and engineering services.

Mayatech Corp. in Silver Spring won a $149,200 contract from the Education Department to provide national recognition of unusually Successful program that will service disadvantaged youth.

Atlantic Resource Corp. in Reston won a $142,193 contract from the Education Department to provide a study of LEP population data.

Superior Marine Inc. in Portsmouth, Va., won a $139,836 contract from the Navy to provide submarine camels.

Frall Developers Inc. in Mount Airy, Md., won a $131,332 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to provide a new construction lease project at Ruffin, S.C.

General Electric Co. in Washington won a $126,000 contract from the Navy to provide regulator voltage.

Yorktowne Sports Inc. in Cockeysville, Md., won a $125,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide athletic and recreational clothing and footwear.

Enable Software Inc. in Arlington won a $121,202 contract from the Treasury Department to provide ADP software.

John Robert Associates in Beltsville won a $121,062 contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide a chiller heat reclaim machine and heat exchanger.

AAI Corp. in Hunt Valley, Md., won a $108,200 contract from the Navy to provide architectural and engineering support.

Metal Masters Foodservice Equipment Co. in Crofton won a $100,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide food service handling, refrigeration and storage equipment.