Varilog Research of Beltsville won a $347,000 contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for electronic warfare simulators.

G.T. Painting and Construction of Hopewell, Va., won a $320,000 contract from the Coast Guard for siding and windows.

Raytheon of Falls Church won a $320,000 contract from the Naval Air Systems Command for a study and design analysis services.

IMI Inc. of Gaithersburg won a $316,000 contract from the Coast Guard for cutting a gas system.

BTT Co. of Tracys Landing, Md., won a $308,560 contract from the Justice Department for trash and debris removal services.

Rainbow Construction Corp. of Waldorf, Md., won a $308,450 contract from the Army National Guard Bureau to alter a maintenance hangar.

TRW's Systems and Information Technology Group of Fairfax won a $260,000 contract from the Navy's Office of Naval Research for research and development services related to personnel security research.

Bureau of Rehabilitation Inc. of Lanham won a contract worth a minimum of $248,846 and up to $1.14 million from the Justice Department for residential community corrections center services.

TRW's Systems and Information Technology Group of Fairfax won a $221,000 contract from the Navy's Office of Naval Research for research and development services related to automated and vetting systems and continuing evaluation as part of a personnel security research program.

Mistral Inc. of Bethesda won a $165,319 contract from the Army Materiel Command for non-aircraft engine cooling systems components.

Maurice Electrical Supply of Washington won a $129,825 contract from the Justice Department for capacitors and connectors.

Management Services Group of Virginia Beach won a $109,553 contract from the Naval Supply Systems Command for pulse generators.

The contracts listed were awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Virginia, Maryland and the District. For more information, contact states2001@aol.com, or 202-628-3100, ext. 266