This is a summary of selected contracts awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Virginia, Maryland and the District.
MSM Security Services Inc. in Greenbelt won a $37,106,858 contract from the U.S. Customs Service to provide background investigation services for fiscal 1991 with options for fiscal 1992 through fiscal 1994.
Blueridge General Inc. of Norfolk won a $33,949,355 contract from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to provide modifications to the national transonic facility.
MPR Associates Inc. of Washington won a $12,031,323 contract from the Navy to provide for technical and logistic support for propulsion, air hydraulics, ship control and submarine systems engineering.
Johns Hopkins University of Laurel won an $11,495,428 contract from the Navy to provide research, development, engineering and technical support services. The university won another Navy contract for $8,604,504 contract to provide research, development, engineering and technical support services.
OMNI Contractors Inc. in Bethesda won a $10,528,500 contract from the Army to demolish and replace two existing basins.
AAI/Engineering Support Inc. of Hunt Valley, Md., won a $8,411,402 contract from the Ogden Air Logistics Center to provide logistics support for a bomber weapon system trainer.
Questech Inc. of Falls Church won a $5,075,991 contract from the Air Force to provide for electro-optical systems research and development.
Westinghouse Electric Co. of Baltimore won a $4,871,028 contract from the Navy to provide services and supplies for material installation.
BellSouth Communication Systems in Roanoke won a $3,037,211 contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide communications equipment.
Regulatory Group of Washington won a $1,893,822 contract from the Department of Transportation to provide regulatory training.
Technology Management Corp. of Norfolk won a $1,318,430 contract from the Navy to provide automated data-processing systems development and support services.
IBS of Savage, Md., won a $1,289,348 contract from the General Services Administration to provide office supplies.
Amdahl Corp. in Washington, Va., won a $1,036,300 contract from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to supply software and other products.
Unisys Corp. of McLean won a $539,993 contract from the Air Force to provide maintenance and systems analyst support.
Anixter Brothers Inc. in Chantilly won a $503,101 contract from the Department of State to supply tempest wire and cable.
Environmental Science and Engineering Inc. of Fairfax won a $500,000 contract from the Navy to provide for preliminary assessment, site investigations, feasibility studies and related design and engineering services at the Naval Facilities Engineering Command's Atlantic division.
Ocean Reef No. 1 Limited Partnership in Washington won a $477,949 contract from the General Services Administration to provide office space at Union Center Plaza Phase II.
Mechanical Resources Inc. of Newport News, Va., won a $424,680 contract from the Navy to provide a construction contract for various mechanical repairs at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Va.
Unidyne Corp. of Norfolk won a $322,791 contract from the Navy to repair pipes and provide flushing services.
Virtexco Corp. of Norfolk won a $319,000 contract from the Air Force to alter and repair three buildings at Langley Air Force Base.
International Business Machines Corp. of Bethesda won a $204,328 contract from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to lease software.
Leonard Paper Co. in Baltimore won a $193,584 contract from the National Institute of Health to supply industrial paper utility towels.
Lucas Weinschel Co. of Gaithersburg won a $178,037 contract from the Air Force to provide a signal calibrator.
Government Technology Services of Chantilly won a $144,500 contract from the Department of Energy to supply two page monitors and adapters.