Bell-Boeing Joint Program Office of Patuxent River, Md., won a $49.62 million contract modification from the Navy for the TMCR 91-91 Interactive Electronic Technical Manual and paper technical manuals for the MV-22 and CV-22 Engineering and Manufacturing Development Programs.

Information Management Services Inc. of Silver Spring, won a $43.47 million contract from the Health and Human Services Department for biomedical computing support for the Division of Epidemiology and Genetics.

D.M Saunders and Associates of Bowie won a share of a contract valued at up to $40 million from the Housing and Urban Development Department for program and policy support technical assistance.

Econometrica Inc. of Bethesda won a share of a contract valued at up to $40 million from the Housing and Urban Development Department for program and policy support technical assistance.

First Pic Inc. of Crofton won a share of a contract valued at up to $40 million from the Housing and Urban Development Department for program and policy support technical assistance.

North American Management of Alexandria won a share of a contract valued at up to $40 million from the Housing and Urban Development Department for program and policy support technical assistance.

QED Group LLC of Bethesda won a share of a contract valued at $40 million from the Housing and Urban Development Department for program and policy support technical assistance.

Windwalker Corp. of McLean won a share of a contract valued at up to $40 million from the Housing and Urban Development Department for program and policy support technical assistance.

EGandG Technical Services Inc. of Gaithersburg won a $20.94 million contract from NASA for logistics services.

Lockheed Martin's Naval Electronics and Surveillance Systems-Marine Systems of Baltimore won a $13.81 million contract modification from the Navy for technical and engineering services in support of the MK 41 VLS Program.

Northrop Grumman's Space and Mission Systems Division of Reston won a $10 million contract from the Defense Department for an assessment of kinetic energy interceptor capabilities.

Aero International Inc. of Sterling won an $8.7 million contract from the Defense Supply Center to provide complete supply chain management of automotive parts for all military services.

AAI Corp. of Hunt Valley won a $4.69 million contract from the Navy for performance based logistics and maintenance services for the JSECTS.

Science Applications International Corp. of Falls Church won a $4.07 million contract from the Health and Human Services Department for the A-DAIDS Enterprise System development.

Information Experts of Herndon won a contract valued at up to $2.5 million from the General Services Administration for management, organizational and business improvement services.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. of Linthicum Heights won an $809,680 contract from the Defense Department for communications, detection and coherent radiation equipment.

King Construction Inc. of Baltimore won an $802,345 contract from the Interior Department for the a renovation and addition project for a visitors center.

Lockheed Martin Mission System of Gaithersburg won a $750,000 contract from the Army for TCS integration into WIN-T.

Insituform East Inc. of Landover won a $644,621 contract from NASA for the repair of a storm drainage system.

Acquisition Solutions Inc. of Chan-

tilly won a contract worth up to

$550,000

from the General Services Administra-

tion for management, organizational and

business improvement services.

Fluor Intercontinental of Arlington won a $500,000 delivery order as part of a $100 million contract from the Army for road and bridge services.

Pulse Medical Instruments Inc. of Rockville won a $461,474 contract from the Army for the development of a mobile, miniaturized, field-deployable pupilometer to assess fitness for duty.

Neal R. Gross and Co. of Washington won a $370,000 contract from the General Services Administration for temporary administrative and professional staffing services.

Litton Systems' Poly-Scientific Division of Blacksburg, Va., won a $280,080 contract from the Defense Supply Center for electrical fluid pressure connector assemblies.

Fabriteck Co. of Winchester won a $249,504 contract from the Defense Supply Center for rack storage.

Lockheed Martin Mission System of Gaithersburg won a $233,330 contract from the Army for TCS integration into WIN-T.

Mid-Atlantic Engineered Systems Inc. of Virginia Beach won a $231,000 contract from the Navy for seal kits.

JGW International Ltd. of Fairfax, operating as JGW Group, won a $212,800 contract from the Air Force for ADACASIM chemical training simulators.

Amyx Defense Logistics Inc. of Alexandria won a $180,000 contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for program management and technical support services.

C.R. Daniels Inc. of Ellicott City won a $165,546 contract from the Defense General Supply Center for aircraft seats.

Lockheed Martin's Naval Electronics and Surveillance Systems Division of Manassas won a $150,000 contract from the Navy for SnifferStar/Unmanned Aerial Vehicle integration and test proposal.

Dynanet Corp. of Columbia won a $132,000 contract from the Agriculture Department for telecommunications networking services.

Corporate Identity of Herndon won a $125,000 contract from the General Services Administration for swimming pool equipment and supplies; musical instruments; theatrical equipment and supplies; toys; sports clothing and accessories; park and outdoor recreational equipment.

DWA Security Services Inc. of Silver Spring won a $125,000 contract from the General Services Administration for alarm and signal systems, facility management systems, professional security and guard services.

Eagle Technologies Inc. of Lanham won a $125,000 contract from the General Services Administration for alarm and signal systems.

Holiday International Security of Silver Spring won a $125,000 contract from the General Services Administration for alarm and signal systems, facility management systems, professional security and guard services.

Potomac Vacuums and Appliances of Sterling won a $125,000 contract from the General Services Administration for cleaning equipment, accessories, janitorial supplies, cleaning chemicals and sorbents.

National Institute of Building Sciences of Washington won a $101,187 contract from the Department of the Treasury for an indoor environmental quality project.

Comptech Corp. of Rockville won a $99,450 contract from the Defense Supply Center for power sensors.

Sensytech Inc. of Newington won a $93,933 contract from the Navy for electronic components.

Kollmorgen's Inland Motor Division of Radford won an $89,250 contract from the Defense General Supply Center for control motors.

C.R. Daniels Inc. of Daniels won an $88,603 contract from the Defense Personnel Support Center for nylon, poleless, nonrigid litters.

Jo-Kell Inc. of Chesapeake, Va., won an $85,860 contract from the Defense Supply Center for tuning shunts.

Technical Products Group Inc. of Marion, Va., operating as Marion Composites Division, won an $82,626 contract from the Defense Industrial Supply Center for dust and moisture boots.

Wrightwood Properties of Arlington won a $75,000 contract from Housing and Urban Development Department for front-end risk assessment for the Capital Fund Program.

London Bridge Trading Co. of Virginia Beach won a $72,643 contract from the Defense Personnel Support Center for nylon cordura medical backpacks.

Cenna International Corp. of Waldorf won a $72,450 contract from the Defense General Supply Center for magnetic contactors.

FDGM Inc. of Chesapeake, Va., won a $70,934 contract from the Defense Supply Center for rotary pumps.

Phoenix Industries Inc. of Richmond won a $70,403 contract from the Defense General Supply Center for polyelectrolyte.

Litton Systems' Poly-Scientific Division of Blacksburg, Va., won a $68,640 contract from the Defense Supply Center for receiver synchros.

Dela Technology Corp. of Rockville won a $62,846 contract from the Defense Supply Center for digital display indicators.

Holmes Brothers Enterprises of Portsmouth, Va., won a $61,580 contract from the Coast Guard for dockside repairs to the USCGC Blackberry (WLI-65303) at Caswell Beach, N.C.

National Information Technology Consulting Inc. of Jessup, won a $59,107 contract from the Defense Supply Center for fuel nozzle assemblies.

Mail-Well Graphics of Cambridge, Md., won a $56,478 contract from the Government Printing Office for printing the Natural Inquirer, Vol. 4, No. 1.

Ibide International Corp. of Woodstock, Va., won a $55,709 contract from the Navy for magnetic field probes.

Benny F. Hall and Sons of Hallwood, Va., won a $52,500 contract from the Department of the Interior for the delivery of clamshells.

Industrial Sales Co. of Baltimore, operating as Indusco, won a $50,107 contract from the Defense Supply Center for winch cable assemblies.

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