Northrop Grumman Systems of Linthicum won a $739,617 contract from the Navy for phase image mixers.

Northrop Grumman of Annapolis won a $562,579 contract from the Navy for automatic identification of mines in underwater optical images.

Revis Engineering of Clinton, Md. won a $509,050 contract from the Coast Guard for heating ventilation and air-conditioning rehabilitation services.

Chesapeake Cryogenics of Arnold, Md., won a $507,880 contract from the Navy for research and development related to advanced regenerators for cryo-coolers.

Raytheon Systems of Baltimore won a $500,497 contract from the Navy for receiver transmitters.

Gibbs and Cox of Arlington won a $500,000 contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for a 90-day study to research innovative concepts for a focused-mission, high-speed ship.

John J. McMullen Associates of Alexandria won a $500,000 contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for a 90-day study to research innovative concepts for a focused-mission, high-speed ship.

Lockheed Martin of Baltimore won a $500,000 contract from the Navy for a 90-day study to research innovative concepts for a focused-mission, high-speed ship.

M and B Headwear of Richmond won a $443,200 contract from the Defense Supply Center for desert camouflage hot-weather hats.

ITT Industries of Roanoke, Va., won a $354,742 contract from the Naval Supply Systems Command for mounting plates.

JRS Management of Hurlock, Md., won a contract worth up to an estimated $260,832 contract from the Justice Department for licensed practical nurses.

IBM's Global Services Division of Bethesda won a $228,922 contract from the Agriculture Department for IBM X series suites (Linux Computer Cluster).

ITT Industries of Roanoke won a $225,513 contract from the Navy for optical cell assemblies.

ManTech Systems Engineering of Fairfax won a $183,898 contract from the Army for specialized circuit board manufacturing machines.

Innovative Technology Application of Springfield won a $125,000 contract from the General Services Administration for professional, administrative and management support services.

Comptech of Rockville won a $104,100 contract from the Defense General Supply Center for attitude-heading control gyroscopes.

Northrop Grumman Systems' Electronic Systems Division of Linthicum won a $100,000 contract from the Defense Supply Center for power transformers.

Comptech Corp. of Rockville won a $92,456 contract from the Defense Supply Center for special purpose electrical cable assemblies.

EMPC Co. of Gaithersburg won an $85,000 contract from NASA for experimental and mathematical physics consultation services.

Anderson Machine Manufacturing of Richmond won a $78,074 contract from the Defense Supply Center for spline adapters.

Imatek of Germantown won a $76,686 contract from the Government Printing Office for printing services.

Sands Graphics of Laurel won a $67,000 contract from the Government Printing Office for research principles for adult basic education reading instruction.

Mistral Inc. of Bethesda won a $66,480 contract from the Army Materiel Command for nonaircraft engine cooling systems components.

Smartfish Corp. of Chesapeake, Va., won a $62,095 contract from the Veterans Affairs Department for maintenance on Kodak, Sony and Hewlett-Packard equipment.

Jensen Activewear of Norfolk won a $60,300 contract from the Defense Supply Center for pullover design mock-turtleneck undershirts.

Dela Technology of Rockville won a $57,360 contract from the Defense Supply Center for circuit card assemblers.

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