In a chart listing local companies on Inc. Magazine's Inc. 500 list that appeared in Washington Business on Dec. 3, the 1989 revenue of Green Thumb Enterprises in Sterling were incorrectly reported. The firm's revenue was $11 million. (Published 12/24/90)

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

Johns Hopkins University in Laurel won a $32,269,253 contract from the Navy to provide research, development and support of tactical-strategic systems, space science, geophysics, biophysics and microelectronics.

ITT Corp. in Roanoke won a $7,491,000 contract from the Army to provide for the manufacturing of 3,000 night-vision goggles.

Scheduled Airlines Traffic Offices Inc. in Arlington won a $5 million contract from the General Services Administration to establish and operate commercial travel-management centers for New Mexico.

SAIC in McLean won a $4,805,004 contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to provide technical support for the air pollution control program.

Federal Prison Industries in Washington won a $4,077,797 contract from the General Services Administration to provide towels.

National Blind in Alexandria won a $3,549,817 contract from the General Services Administration to provide file folders.

Ellenco Inc. in Brentwood, Md., won a $3,500,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide miscellaneous alarm and signal systems.

BDM Management Services Co. in McLean won a $3,327,820 contract from the Army to provide mission support services.

Higgerson-Buchanan Inc. in Chesapeake, Va., won a $3,229,687 contract from the Army to provide services for the Yazoo River Basin.

Trandes Corp. in Lanham won a $2,797,983 contract from the Navy to provide design, programming, maintenance and repair of integrated computing systems.

Trandes Corp. in Lanham won a $2,405,658 contract from the Navy to provide programming, user support and personal computer systems maintenance and repair.

TRW Inc. in Fairfax won a $2,400,000 contract from the Virginia Contracting Activity to provide safe support to the analyst's file environment.

National Blind in Alexandria won a $2,139,357 contract from the General Services Administration to provide file folders.

Norfolk Shipbuilding in Norfolk won a $1,995,784 contract from the Navy to provide fuels, lubricants, oils and waxes.

McGregor Printing in Washington won a $1,660,883 contract from the General Services Administration to supply tabulating paper.

Mid Eastern Builders Inc. in Chesapeake, Va., won a $1,640,150 contract from the Navy to provide exterior repairs to a building at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

Israel Military Industries in Chevy Chase won a $1,367,314 contract from the Army to provide a flexible linear-shaped charge.

National Blind in Alexandria won a $1,284,680 contract from the General Services Administration to provide file folders.

Wards Brothers in Lanham won a $1,199,118 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide book printing services.

Planning Systems Inc. in McLean won a $1,038,886 contract from the Navy to provide basic research and analysis of underwater acoustics.

Techmatics Inc. in Arlington won a $1,009,859 contract from the Navy to provide SAWA development and product improvement program support.

Xerox Corp. in Arlington won a $900,000 contract from the Tennessee Valley Authority to provide copier supplies.

Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc. in Bethesda won an $865,861 contract from the Navy to provide engineering technical services for the management of a shock and vibration information analysis center.

Chronometrics Inc. in Silver Spring won an $845,836 contract from the Air Force to provide technical assistance for private sector development.

SAIC in McLean won an $840,292 contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to provide technical support for an air pollution control program.

Sverdrup Corp. in Arlington won a $750,000 contract from the General Services Administration, to provide supplemental architectural and structural design services.

RSO Inc. in Laurel won a $575,540 contract from the Centers for Disease Control to provide pickup and disposal of radioactive hazardous wastes.

MCI Telecommunications Corp. in Arlington won a $550,114 contract from the Social Security Administration to provide telephone services for the deaf.

Kelso & Easter Architects in Alexandria won a $500,000 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to provide indefinite quantity contract for preparation of cost estimates, plans and specifications for repair and alteration projects.

Purity Group Inc. in Salisbury, Md., won a $426,003 contract from the Defense Personnel Support Center to provide cans of sliced bacon.

Bildon Inc. in Fairfax won a $367,367 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to replace vehicle lifts.

Varney Electric Co. in Roanoke won a $340,000 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to replace existing vehicle exhaust and lube reel systems and building lighting at the Merrifield location.

Marine Hydraulics International Inc. in Norfolk won a $279,900 contract from the Navy to repair the USS Saipan.

Xcom Inc. in Lanham won a $271,704 contract from the Navy to provide engineering support services.

National Blind in Alexandria won contracts totaling $471,930 from the General Services Administration to supply mattress covers.

Management Analysis Inc. in McLean won a $242,229 contract from the Army to provide commercial activities studies for the North Pacific Division.

EROC Corp. in Fredericksburg, Va., won a $200,000 contract from the Army to provide an operational storage facility at Fort Belvoir.

International Business Machines Corp. in Bethesda won a $198,416 contract from the Navy to provide automated data-processing software.

Mitek Systems Inc. in Sterling, Va., won a $195,877 contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to provide tempest automated data-processing equipment.

Kaydon Corp. in Baltimore won a $194,463 contract from the Air Force to provide hardware and abrasives.

Raychem Corp. in Arlington won a $174,850 contract from the Defense General Supply Center to provide electrical and electronic equipment components.

Precise Machine and Fabrication Inc. in Norfolk won a $165,786 contract from the Navy to install valve actuators.

Hayes, Seay, Matter and Mattern Inc. in Roanoke won a $164,791 contract from the Navy to provide mechanical engineering services for multiple repair and mechanical projects.

Seed Corp. of America in Baltimore won a $162,990 contract from the Army to purchase lawn care supplies.

K&K Painting Inc. in Baltimore won a $154,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide interior painting and upgrade a door.

Wiley & Wilson in Lynchburg, Va., won a $144,476 contract from the Navy to replace the hot water distribution system at Chesapeake Bay Detachment Center at Randle Cliff, Md.

Olympic Marine Services Inc. in Portsmouth, Va., won a $139,000 contract from the Navy to provide ship repair.

EMS in Springfield won a $124,500 contract from the Navy to provide a new office building.

Function Enterprises Inc. in Springfield won a $122,064 contract from the U.S. Postal Service to replace an existing roof on the administrative wing of the main post office in Richmond.

Techna Graphics Inc. in Washington won a $117,000 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide printing services.