This is a summary of selected contracts awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Virginia, Maryland and the District.
Dyncorp in Reston won a $25,879,698 contract from the Navy to care for supplies in storage.
Excavation Enterprises Inc. in Rockville won a $3,205,753 contract from the Federal Bureau of Prisons for construction.
Lykes Bros. Steamship Co. in Washington won $2,807,760 in contracts from the Navy for ocean transportation services.
Bendix Field Engineering Corp. in Columbia, Md., won a $2,799,798 contract from the Navy for engineering and logistics.
National Industries for the Blind in Alexandria won a $2,645,329 contract from the General Services Administration to supply in-flight dining packets.
Sonex Enterprises Inc. in Fairfax won a $2,150,239 contract from the Army for technical and administrative support services for a Program Management Control Information System.
Lykes Bros. Steamship Co. in Washington won a $1,990,426 contract from the Navy for ocean transportation services.
Optelecom Inc. in Gaithersburg won a $1,899,180 contract from the Army to develop optical-fiber systems.
Oakcrest Printing Co. in Beltsville, Md., won a $1,196,198 contract from the Government Printing Office for printing services.
Zodiac of North America in Stevensville, Md., won a $1,153,075 contract from the Coast Guard to supply helicopter components.
Applied Research in Landover won a $1,136,836 contract from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to collect cosmic dust.
Computech in Bethesda won a $1,080,185 contract from the Justice Department to provide expert and consultant services.
Lykes Bros. Steamship Co. in Washington won a $1,072,045 contract from the Navy for ocean transportation services.
Fairchild Defense Corp. in Germantown, Md., won a $949,526 contract from the Air Force for miscellaneous repairs and services.
Andrulis Research Corp. in Bethesda won a $921,214 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command for technical support services.
National Industries for the Severely Handicapped in Vienna won a $911,466 contract from the General Services Administration to supply flashlights.
Ronco Consulting Corp. in Washington won an $884,304 contract from the State Department to help analyze corporate-sector constraints in agriculture.
Xerox Corp. in McLean won an $865,467 contract from the Air Force to maintain Xerox copy machines.
PRC Government Information Systems in McLean won a $738,180 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command for Navy command and control system software enhancement and life cycle support.
Booz-Allen & Hamilton in Bethesda won $626,000 in contracts from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command for system engineering and technical assistance for ship-shore telecommunications.
National Industries for the Blind in Alexandria won a $498,399 contract from the General Services Administration to supply food preparation and serving equipment.
Computer Data Systems Inc. in Rockville won a $440,729 contract from the Postal Service to manage the Olympic Pen Pal Club.
Systems Planning and Analysis Inc. in Falls Church won a $382,420 contract from the Office of Naval Research to analyze anti-submarine warfare.
United Book Press in Baltimore won a $347,438 contract from the Government Printing Office to print books.
W.D. Curran and Associates Inc. in Annapolis won a $342,599 contract from the Navy to install utilities in Luce Hall at the Naval Academy in Annapolis.
Syscon Corp. in Washington won a $320,000 contract to maintain Sosus phase II computer software programs and related documents.
Alliance Moving & Storage Inc. in Herndon won a $300,000 contract from the U.S. Information Agency for moving, packing, loading and unloading office furniture and equipment.
Language Learning Enterprises in Washington won a $275,000 contract from the U.S. Information Agency foreign language instruction for agency personnel and other agency designated individuals.
L.R. Merhaut Co. in Leesburg won a $250,000 contract from the General Services Administration to supply woodworking and metalworking machinery and equipment.
Georgetown University in Washington won a $206,870 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide ophthalmic technician services for the National Eye Institute.
Space and Sensors Associates in Vienna won a $182,621 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command for system engineering, support and other services.
Unisys Corp. of McLean won a $170,668 contract from the Department of Commerce to provide the corporation with a 24-month software subscription license for the Unisys A-10 system and installation and conversion support services.
C.R. Daniels Inc. of Ellicott City, Md., won a $166,830 contract from the Defense Electronics Supply Center to provide electrical and electronic equipment components.
Parsons Frank Paper Co. in Landover won a $165,769 contract from the Defense General Supply Center for map paper.