This is a summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Virginia, Maryland and the District.
Environmental Technologies Group Inc. in Baltimore won a $28,657,535 contract from the Army to provide research and development services for the XM22 automatic chemical agent alarm.
Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. in Newport News won a $26,576,237 contract from the Navy to provide expanded planning yard services for SSN 688 class submarines.
United Network for Organ Sharing in Richmond won a $15,673,134 contract from the Health Resources and Services Administration to provide operation of the national organ procurement and transplant network.
Science Systems Applications in Seabrook, Md., won a $7,887,406 contract from Goddard Space Flight Center to provide support services for its severe storms branch.
United Network for Organ Sharing in Richmond won a $3,552,000 contract from the Health Resources and Services Administration to provide maintenance of the scientific registry for organ transplantation.
Norva Marine Services Inc. in Chesapeake, Va., won a $3,377,249 contract from the Navy to provide air conditioning equipment.
W.F. Magann Corp. in Portsmouth, Va., won a $2,824,926 contract from the Navy to provide structural and utility repairs to pier 13.
Consulting and Program Management Services Inc. in Arlington won a $2,439,080 contract from the U.S. Department of Labor to provide ADP services and operation of a contractor property management system.
Science Applications International Corp. in McLean won a $1,975,463 contract from the Navy to continue the Cress ONR-307 experiment during the mission operations and data analysis phases.
CBC Enterprises Inc. in Norfolk won a $1,750,000 contract from the Marine Corps to renovate a Marine Corps barracks.
Avery Labels in Landover won a $1,105,359 contract from the General Services Administration to provide pressure sensitive labels.
Honeywell Inc. in Annapolis won a $684,207 contract from the Navy to provide communications equipment.
CACI Inc. in Fairfax won a $613,757 contract from the Navy to overhaul a hyperbaric facility at the Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center in Panama City, Fla.
Engineering Products Co. in Strafford, Md., won a $540,000 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to provide site preparation for installation of a cancellation system.
Person-System Integration Ltd. in Alexandria won a $535,000 contract from the Navy to provide nonpersonal services in support of the carrier airborne early warning school and the sea-based and advanced weapons tactics school.
Hoffman Communications Systems in Chantilly won a $527,522 contract from the U.S. Department of Transportation to provide electronic systems integration for a new multi-use press briefing room.
Ebasco Environmental in Arlington won a $500,000 contract from the Navy to provide architectural and engineering services.
Gilbert Security Service in Lorton won a $489,398 contract from the General Services Administration to provide central and security guard services.
Welch and Rushe Inc. in Capitol Heights won a $485,500 contract from the Navy to replace the HVAC in building 427.
Automation Management Consultants Inc. in Rockville won a $330,792 contract from the Navy to provide development and maintenance of a Navy officer district management system.
Concepts-to-Operations in Annapolis won a $282,525 contract from the Coast Guard to register and coordinate radio frequency assignments with an international registration board.
Digital Equipment Corp. in Lanham, Md., won a $241,347 contract from the Department of Agriculture to provide a central processing unit.
Honeywell Federal Systems in McLean won a $241,242 contract from the Army to provide a Honeywell DPS 6000/621 to be delivered to and installed in Zwei Burecken, West Germany.
Computer Maintenance & Consultants Inc. in Springfield won a $193,617 contract from the Internal Revenue Service to provide equipment maintenance.
ARC Professional Services Group Inc. in Alexandria won a $171,500 contract from the Navy to provide seven arc nontunable receivers.
Beever Engineering & Construction Co. in Baltimore won a $155,000 contract from the Navy to install new underground storage tanks at the Naval Academy and Naval Station at Annapolis.
D. Gibson Restoration in Capitol Heights won a $141,968 contract from the Construction Contracts Division to provide exterior masonry and concrete repairs.
International Business Machines Corp. in Bethesda won a $134,823 contract from the Air Force to provide a Honeywell DPS-6 replacement.
Pierce Construction Inc. in Petersburg, Va., won a $119,950 contract from the Federal Bureau of Prisons to construct a 7200 square foot prefabricated steel building.
Double Envelope Corp. in Roanoke, Va., won a $116,082 contract from the General Services Administration to provide plain and printed envelopes.
Delta Electronics Inc. in Alexandria won a $155,547 contract from the Navy to provide a field modification kit.
Rommel Electric Co. in Salisbury, Md., won a $105,000 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to install fire alarm and sprinkler system at the main post office in Salisbury.