FastVideo LLC of Columbia won a $1.4 million contract from the Defense Department in Arlington for research and development services.

FastVideo will help the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency develop high-performance video surveillance applications. The applications will include video resolution enhancement, multi-scale edge detection and multi-frame object recognition.

FastVideo, an Internet video technology company, works in the public and private sectors.

AlliedSignal Tech Corp. of Columbia won a $97 million contract from the Navy for space and aerospace research and development services.

Universal Systems and Technology Inc. of Fairfax won a $5.5 million contract from the Army for technical representative services.

American Institute for Research of Washington won a $5 million contract from the General Services Administration for management support services.

Greenhorne & O'Mara Inc. of Greenbelt won a $2.5 million contract from the General Services Administration for environmental advisory services.

Logicon Inc. of Reston won a $644,891 contract from the Air Force for research and development services.

Tri-State Utilities Co. of Chesapeake won a $588,311 contract from the Navy for repairs.

Intelligent Automation Inc. of Rockville won a $500,000 contract from the Transportation Department for research and development services.

Dimensions International Inc. of Alexandria won a $488,557 contract from the Army for professional support services.

Fairchild Space & Defense Corp. of Germantown won a $369,855 contract from the Navy for communications equipment.

Cellular One of Greenbelt won a $355,677 contract from the Treasury Department for cellular phones and maintenance services.

Chesapeake Bay Diving of Portsmouth won a $336,975 contract from the Coast Guard for property maintenance and repair services.

Moon Engineering of Portsmouth won a $234,000 contract from the Navy for constructing ships.

South Oldham Inc. of Baltimore won a $226,000 contract from the General Services Administration for repairs.

Science and Technology Corp. of Hampton won a $225,756 contract from the Langley Research Center for research and development services.

Thiokol Propulsions of Elkton won a $211,770 contract from the Goddard Space Flight Center for research and development services.

Comptech Corp. of Richmond won a $202,020 contract from the Defense General Supply Center for aircraft components.

Superior Management Services Inc. of Oxon Hill won a $166,800 contract from the Navy for property maintenance and repair services.

Goodway Graphics of Springfield won a $155,648 contract from the Government Printing Office for printing services.

Viereck of Columbia won a $133,500 contract from NASA for metalworking machinery.

Digicon Corp. of Rockville won a $94,482 contract from the Treasury Department for electrical equipment components.

Arkwin Industries Inc. of Westbury won a $92,064 contract from Defense General Supply Center for aircraft parts.

United Rentals of Frederick won a $88,380 contract from the Navy for equipment rentals.

Marlin Graphics of Baltimore won a $82,060 contract from the Government Printing Office for printing services.

Computer Sciences Corp. of Rockville won a $50,000 contract from the Justice Department for technology support services.

Keane Federal Systems Inc. of Rockville won a $50,000 contract from the Justice Department for data processing services.

Logicon Information Systems & Services of Falls Church won a $50,000 contract from the Justice Department for technology support services.

Pragmatics Inc. of McLean won a $50,000 contract from Justice Department for technology support services.

The contracts listed were awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Virginia, Maryland and the District.