This is a summary of selected contracts awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Virginia, Maryland and the District. George Hyman Construction Co. of Bethesda won a $139,257,000 contract from the General Services Administration to provide general construction of the Archives II.

Norfolk Shipbuilding and Drydock Corp. of Norfolk won a $31,602,521 contract from the Navy for the regular overhaul of the USS Josephus Daniels.

A.H. Robins Co. in Richmond won a $28,870,545 contract from the Veterans Administration Marketing Center to supply pharmaceuticals.

W.M. Schlosser Co. of Hyattsville, Md., won a $16,984,000 contract from the Army to provide new construction and major additions to existing buildings or facilities.

McDonnell Douglas Space Systems Co. of Rockville won a $14,701,200 contract from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to provide mission systems and operations analyses of NASA Space Station Freedom Advanced Concepts.

ITT Corp. of Roanoke won a $14,136,040 contract from the Army to supply aviator goggles, image tubes and night-vision goggles.

Government Telecommunications Inc. in Chantilly won a $12,593,260 contract from the Department of Commerce for graphics computer systems.

George G. Sharp Inc. of Virginia Beach won a $9,927,206 contract from the Navy to provide material support services for ship and shore activities.

Metters Industries Inc. of McLean, Va., won a $9,545,938 contract from the Navy to provide engineering technical services.

Reynolds Metals Co. in Richmond won an $8,910,888 contract from the Army to supply piping.

University of Maryland won a $7,300,594 contract from the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to provide and operate an intestinal diseases vaccine evaluation and treatment unit.

Syscon Corp. of Washington won a $5,385,682 contract from the Navy to provide engineering services.

Milcom Systems Corp. in Virginia Beach won a $3,331,427 contract from the Navy to install and restore air traffic control services. The company also won a $3,143,543 contract from the Navy to install equipment.

Management Consulting Inc. in Virginia Beach won a $2,981,437 contract from the Navy to provide property services.

Sperry Marine Inc. in Charlottesville, Va., won a $2,820,000 contract from the Navy to modify, update and test government furnished Doppler sonar velocity services.

Housing Assistance Council Inc. of Washington won a $1,400,000 contract from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide rural housing initiatives.

Vitro Corp. of Silver Spring won a $1,278,846 contract from the Navy to provide system engineering integration services.

ANT Telecommunications Co. of Gaithersburg won a $1,080,709 contract from the Army to supply electronic components.

Wholesale Electric Supply in Richmond won a $1,003,034 contract from the General Services Administration to supply ballast adapters and lampholders.

Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. of Newport News, Va., won a $999,999 contract from the Navy to provide a submarine.

Delex Systems Inc. of Vienna won a $976,447 contract from the Navy to supply harpoon training aids.

Simms Industries Inc. of Columbia, Md., won a $958,687 contract from the Navy to provide systems analyses.

General Scientific Corp. of Arlington won a $949,906 contract from the Navy to provide readiness support analyses.

Westinghouse Electrical Corp.'s oceanic division of Annapolis won an $847,146 contract from the Navy to provide weapons.

Raven Inc. of Alexandria won a $661,722 contract from the Navy to provide analytical and technical services.

EMD Mechanical of Rockville won a $627,000 contract from the General Services Administration to install a cooling tower.

Halifax Engineering Inc. of Alexandria won a $574,500 contract from the Agency for International Development to provide maintenance of user automation equipment.

K.C. Home Improvement Co. in McLean, Va., won a $568,640 contract from the Army to maintain, repair and/or alter an electronic maintenance shop at Fort Belvoir.

DD&B Construction Inc. in Gaithersburg won a $472,000 contract from the Army to renovate office buildings in Reston.

Washington Hospital Center in Washington won a $451,641 contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide coronary angioplasty services for the cardiology program.

Diesselhorst Group of Annandale won a $450,000 contract from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide commitment reviews, cost certification reviews and on-site monitoring reviews.

Honeywell Federal Systems Inc. in Vienna won a $402,536 contract from the Air Force to supply electrical and electronic equipment components.

Communication Papers Co. of Middletown, Md., won a $400,000 contract from the General Services Administration to supply facsimile and plotting paper.

M&W Marine Services Inc. of Newport News, Va., won a $391,537 contract from the Military Traffic Management Command to provide maintenance on barges at the military ocean terminal in Bayonne, N.J.

Computer Specialists Inc. in Rockville won a $381,732 contract from the Department of the Treasury for computer equipment maintenance services.

Allied Corp. of Baltimore won a $370,918 contract from the Air Force to provide support of emergency rocket communications system.

M/A-Com Government Products Inc. of Hunt Valley, Md., won a $358,440 contract from the Navy to supply a microwave receiver system.

Rail Co. in Towson won a $330,740 contract from the Navy for the installation, operation and maintenance of complex equipment.

Viereck Co. in Columbia, Md., won a $327,541 contract from the Air Force to supply a toolroom lathe. Worldwide Television News Co. of Washington won a $325,000 contract from the U.S. Information Agency to provide daily electronic feed services for one year.

Dual and Associates Inc. of Arlington won a $321,282 contract from the Navy to provide technical and analytical services.

Technical Resources Inc. in Rockville won a $315,359 contract, with the option for a $1,459,725 contract, to provide monitoring services.

ISC Inc. of Virginia Beach won a $296,004 contract from the Navy to provide implementation of the Tomahawk C31.

Beauco Inc. of Richmond won a $285,600 contract from the Defense General Supply Center to furnish an ice storage chest.

Frall Developers Inc. in Mount Airy, Md., won a $273,095 contract from the U.S. Postal Service for a construction lease project in South Carolina.

Cardkey Systems of Vienna won a $266,893 contract from the Justice Department to provide a security system.

Sylvest Management Systems Corp. of Greenbelt won a $250,816 contract from the Navy to provide computer workstations.

Booz-Allen & Hamilton in Bethesda won a $250,000 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide engineering and technical assistance for ship-to-shore telecommunications.

Computer Science Innovations Inc. in Columbia, Md., won a $244,360 contract from the Army to operate, maintain and/or repair equipment.

Tetra Tech Corp. in Fairfax won a $239,393 contract, with the option for a $1,207,229 contract, from the Environmental Protection Agency for technical, research and development services.

Milcar Construction Corp. in Hagerstown, Md., won a $227,000 contract from the Navy to renovate rooms at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington.

Marine Electronics Inc. of Virginia Beach won a $213,070 contract from the Navy to provide radar services.

Beauco Inc. in Richmond won a $211,425 contract from the Defense General Supply Center to furnish ice storage chests.

I.M.I. Inc. in Bethesda won a $211,300 contract from the Navy to provide electrical services to buildings at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington.

Coopers & Lybrand of Washington won a $198,241 contract from the National Archives and Records Administration to provide audit services.

ISC Inc. of Virginia Beach won a $166,178 contract from the Navy to provide implementation of the Tomahawk C31.

S.E.W. Friel of Queenstown, Md., won a $163,459 contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs to supply canned juices.

General Electric Co. of Washington won a $159,936 contract from the Navy to provide flex-shaft coupling.

S&S Graphics Inc. of Rockville won a $156,160 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide printing services.

3M Co. of McLean won a $150,000 contract from the Tennessee Valley Authority to provide micrographic equipment, supplies and services.

McDonald & Eudy Printers Inc. of Temple Hills won a $148,777 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide book-printing services.

Pitney Bowes of Springfield won a $143,650 contract from the Air Force to provide copier service at McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey.

Integrated Systems Group Inc. in Vienna won a $143,329 contract from the Air Force to supply equipment.

C3 Corp. in Alexandria won a $142,400 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide technical support services for ship and shore communication systems.

Unisys Corp. in McLean won a $133,020 contract from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Association to maintain and/or repair equipment.

Booz-Allen & Hamilton in Bethesda won a $125,000 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide system engineering and technical assistance for ship-shore telecommunications.

Xerox Corp. of McLean won a $123,266 contract from the Soldier Support Center to maintain Xerox equipment.

Techna Graphics Inc. of Washington won a $123,000 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide printing services.

Defense Systems Inc. of McLean won a $120,519 contract from the Navy to provide arctic met buoys.

Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Hunt Valley, Md., won a $119,763 contract from the Air Force for repair services.

Unisys Corp. in McLean won a $117,529 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command for architectural and engineering services.

Lexico Enterprises of Gaithersburg won a $116,900 contract from the Air Force to provide right-to-copy software.

Southwest Distribution Inc. of Washington won a $111,000 contract from the U.S. Information Agency for subscription and daily delivery services of various newspapers to the agency.

C3 Corp. in Alexandria won a $100,000 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide technical support services for ship and shore communication systems.