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

Mobil Oil Corp. in Fairfax won two contracts from the Defense Fuel Supply center to provide jet fuel, one for $99,950,382 and one for $49,559,983.

Virto Corp. in Silver Spring won a $61,958,523 contract from the Navy to provide technical services in support of the Aegis program.

Advex Corp. in Hampton, Va., won a $19,894,741 contract from NASA's Langley Research Center to provide general and precision fabrication support services.

International Business Machines Corp. in Manassas won a $9,466,709 contract from the Navy to provide modification for the upgrade and conversion of AN/BQQ-5 submarine acoustic 21B64 trainers.

Honeywell Information Systems Inc. in McLean won a $6,905,629 contract from the Air Force to provide continued support maintenance and technical services for the multiplexed information and computer service system in support of the 7th Communications Group in Washington.

Mitre Corp. in McLean won a $4,439,310 contract from the Army to provide engineering technical service.

Higgerson-Buchanan Inc. in Chesapeake, Va., won a $3,229,687 contract from the Army to provide flood control for the Mississippi River and tributaries.

TRW Systems Division in Fairfax won a $2,999,000 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command for systems engineering and integration support services for integrated undersea surveillance programs.

ITT Corp. in Roanoke won a $2,534,560 contract from the Army to provide communications equipment.

Israel Military Ind. in Chevy Chase won a $1,364,709 contract from the Army to provide flexible linear shaped charges.

Elrich Contracting Inc. in Capitol Heights won a $1,360,000 contract from the Construction Contracts Division to provide installation of a new chilled water system.

Astro Systems Inc. in Bethesda won an $837,744 contract from the Coast Guard to provide a microwave communications system.

S.W. Monroe Construction in Sterling won an $830,000 contract from the Construction Contracts Division to upgrade fire safety at a federal office building in Washington.

Marlin Graphics in Baltimore won a $574,669 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide books, pamphlets and folders.

H.D. Manesh Inc. in Virginia Beach won a $500,000 contract from the Navy to provide mechanical-electrical systems for explosive-operating buildings, magazines and industrial facilities at the Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown, Va.

System Planning Corp. in Arlington won a $363,618 contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to provide systems engineering and technical analysis support services.

PEC Construction in Silver Spring won a $324,553 contract from the Construction Contracts Division to provide repair of roof and clerestory windows.

Mitre Corp. in McLean won a $280,000 contract from the Army to provide engineering technical services.

Edward Kocharian & Co. in Mt. Rainier won a $246,800 contract from the Navy to provide building repairs.

AIM Inc. in Parkton, Md., won a $232,007 contract from the Navy to provide nozzles.

C.R. Daniels in Ellicott City, Md., won a $210,046 contract from the Army to provide a winterization kit.

Superior Management Services Inc. in Washington won a $187,000 contract from the Navy to provide tank installation.

Birch and Davis Associates Inc. in Silver Spring won a $169,397 contract from the Public Health Service to provide expert and consultant services.

McDonald & Eudy Printers in Temple Hills won a $146,794 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide book printing.

QUE Associates in Potomac, Md., won a $145,945 contract from the Navy to replace a building.

IMI in Bethesda won a $134,900 contract from the Navy to provide a new office building.

Canter Contracting in Clinton won a $132,950 contract from the Navy to provide a system for water distribution and fire protection.

M&M Welding & Fabricators in Gaithersburg won a $109,471 contract from the Construction Contracts Division to provide replacement of expansion joints for economizers.