Earth Tech of Alexandria won a $598 million contract from the Army National Guard Bureau for environmental, engineering, professional, technical and remediation support services for the Air National Guard.

Advanced Power Technologies of Washington won a $155 million contract from the Navy for research and development services.

Northrop Grumman Information Technology of Reston won a $63 million contract from the Air Force for contracting services.

Poole & Kent/Gaudreau of Baltimore won a $38.13 million contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for construction of an advanced chemistry laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground.

NW Systems of Largo won a $25 million contract from the Department of Justice for information technology services related to narcotics and dangerous drugs information systems.

Pembroke Construction of Hampton won a $25 million contract from the Air Force for maintenance and repair services associated with basewide pavements.

Northrop Grumman Information Technology of Reston won a $21 million contract from the Navy for simulation/stimulation software systems engineering support.

Ingenium Corp. of Upper Marlboro won an $18.66 million contract from the Air Force for computer and information systems services.

AMSEC LLC of Virginia Beach won a $13 million contract from the Navy for contracting services.

RBC of Alexandria won a $12.3 million contract from the Navy for engineering services for acoustic and non-acoustic sensor system research, development, test and evaluation to support both fleet aircraft and special projects.

Eagle Systems of California won a $10 million contract from the Navy for technical and engineering support services.

Northrop Grumman Systems' Electronic Systems Division of Baltimore won a $10 million contract from the Air Force for research and development related to sensor technology applications development and evaluation.

NLX Co. of Sterling won a $9.95 million contract from the Air Force to incorporate ECP 911.

Integration Technologies Group of Falls Church won a $9.93 million contract from the Department of Treasury for general-purpose information technology equipment.

Science Applications International of McLean won a $9.03 million contract from the Department of Transportation for special studies and analysis.

Northrop Grumman Information Technology of Reston won a $7.84 million contract from the Navy for engineering services in support of system test, evaluation and effectiveness of battle forces, combat systems and weapons systems.

Whiting-Turner Contracting of Baltimore won a $6.7 million contract from the Navy for alterations and repairs to the east runway at Andrews Air Force Base.

Lear Siegler Services of Annapolis won a $6 million contract from the Army for research and development services.

Virtexco of Norfolk won a $6 million contract from the Navy for building repairs.

Kevric Co. of Silver Spring won a $5.92 million contract from the Department of Health & Human Services for professional, administrative and management support services.

Vantage Human Resources Services of Arlington won a $5.35 million contract from the Department of Labor for career management and assistant services.

Urban Institute of Washington won a $5.32 million contract from the Department of Labor for economic and applied research studies.

Anteon of Fairfax won a $5 million contract from the Navy for continuing technical and administrative support services.

Bell Boeing Tilt Rotor Team of Patuxent River won a $5 million contract from the Navy for flight simulator equipment and support services.

Chenega Technology Services of Springfield won a $5 million contract from the General Service Administration for professional, administrative and management services.

Advanced Power Technologies of Washington won a $4.83 million contract from the Navy for research and development services.

John C. Grimberg Co. of Rockville won a $4.20 million contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for modifications to steam lines at Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Norfolk Dredging of North Chesapeake won a $3.7 million contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for maintenance dredging at the Naval Station in Mayport, Fla.

Circle Solutions of Vienna won a $3.47 million contract from the Department of Health and Human Services for professional, administrative and management services.

ORC Macro of Calverton won a $3.18 million contract from the Department of Education for information technology services.

MKI Systems of Woodbridge won a $3 million contract from the General Service Administration for logistics worldwide.

ASHMAR International Technology of Lanham won a $2.75 million contract from the General Services Administration for professional, administrative and management support services.

Patriot Group Contracting of Beltsville won a $2.74 million contract from the National Imagery & Mapping Agency for maintenance and repair to buildings at Fort Belvoir.

Actuarial Research of Annandale won a $2.58 million contract from the Department of Labor for economic and applied research studies.

EduTech Ltd. of Silver Spring won a $2.5 million contract from the General Service Administration for professional, administrative and management services.

Cornet Technologies of Springfield won a $2.4 million contract from the Space & Naval Warfare Systems Command for automated technical control switches.

Experimental Pathology Laboratories of Sterling won a $2.35 million contract from the Department of Health & Human Services for the registry of tumors in lower animals.

Durante Associates of Bethesda won a $2.25 million contract from the General Services Administration for energy services.

Policy Simulation Group of Washington won a $2.11 million contract from the Department of Labor for economic and applied research studies.

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory of Laurel won a $1.8 million contract from the Navy for research and development services.

Analytical Decision Support of Woodbridge won a $1.75 million contract from the General Services Administration for logistics worldwide.

i3 Partners of McLean won a $1.5 million contract from the General Services Administration for professional, administrative and management support services.

Resource Consultants of Vienna won a $1.26 million contract from the Department of Defense for operation of government-owned facilities.

Western Information Technology Services of Alexandria won a $1.25 million contract from the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service for professional, administrative and management support services.

Beretta USA of Accokeek won a $1.04 million contract from the Department of Justice for 9mm weapons.

Earl Industries of Portsmouth won a $1.01 million contract from the Navy for work associated with the USS Wasp (LHD-1).

Strategic Interactions of Vienna won a $1 million contract from the General Service Administration for professional, administrative and management services.

Johns Hopkins University of Baltimore won a $796,848 contract from the Air Force for research and development related to a software protection initiative for work on a secure development environment.

RTW Enterprises of Ellicott City won a $741,333 contract from the Department of the Treasury for base maintenance.

Advanced Communication & Translations of Chevy Chase won a $625,000 contract from the General Service Administration for language services.

University Research Corp. International of College Park won a $611,421 contract from the Agency for International Development for intellectual leadership and analysis support.

Aeptec Microsystems of Rockville won a $595,189 contract from the Navy for research and development services associated with a wireless interface to programmable logic controller base.

Pathology Associates Medical Laboratories of Washington won a $583,376 contract from the Department of Health and Human Services for anatomical pathology and clinical laboratory testing services.

Petrillo & Powell of Washington won a $500,000 contract from the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service, Auburn, Wash., for logistics worldwide.

ITT Industries' Advanced Engineering & Sciences of Alexandria won a $499,884 contract from the Air Force for research and development related to a software protection initiative and software protection technique effectiveness toolkits.

ATK Tactical Systems of Elkton won a $469,690 contract from the Navy for initiating propellant.

Medispec Ltd. of Montgomery Village won a $403,000 contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs for lithotripsy medical services.

Force 3 of Crofton won a $398,321 contract from the Air Force for multipack radios.

Tech Systems of Cabin John won a $364,077 contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide all personnel, supervision and other items and services necessary for warehouse services for the Logistics Management Office, Mobile.

Dynanet Corp. of Columbia won a $341,876 contract from the Department of Agriculture for maintenance, repair and alteration services.

Synergy Inc. of Washington won a $315,000 contract from the Air Force for time and materials.

Center Radiology PC of Rockville won a $312,000 contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs for radiology and MRI services.

Professional Products of Gaithersburg won a $282,761 contract from the Navy for a lease with an option to buy brand name audio, video and information technology-related equipment.

Iteris Inc. of Sterling won a $263,150 contract from the Department of Transportation for freeway management and traffic operations courses.

Kaydon Ring & Seal of Baltimore won a $256,500 contract from the Defense Supply Center for plain encased seals.

AMF Mechanical of Upper Marlboro won a $253,079 contract from the General Services Administration for mechanical maintenance services, New Bedford.

Teledyne Energy Systems of Hunt Valley won a $252,289 contract from NASA for research and development related to membrane electrode assemblies life testing.

American Association of State Highway & Transportation Officials of Washington won a $250,000 contract from the Department of Transportation for education and training services.

Raytheon's C-3-I Strategic Systems Division of Falls Church won a $241,127 contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for research and development related to innovative tactical technology.

Motorola Inc. of Hanover won a $236,527 contract from the Air Force for Land Mobile Radio and Launch Event Services.

Northrop Grumman Systems of Linthicum Heights won a $204,303 contract from the Defense Supply Center for mount assemblies.

MTS Technologies of Arlington won a $172,872 contract from the Army for research and development services.

FDGM Inc. of Chesapeake won a $69,665 contract from the Defense Supply Center for engine accessories.

For more information on States News Service's weekly Federal Contracts Report, contact states2001@aol.com, or call Myron Struck, managing editor, at 202-628-3100, Ext. 266.