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Recent federal contracts, deals and bankruptcy filings involving Maryland businesses include the following:

FEDERALBAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services of Rockville and Honeywell Technology Solutions of Columbia won up to $214.9 million from the Navy for automated fuel handling equipment support services.

Computer Packages of Rockville won $37.2 million from the National Institutes of Health for patent maintenance and annuity fees.

Creative Business Solutions of Mitchellville won up to $12 million from the Air Force for aircraft modification programs.

Cubewano North America of Baltimore won $98,585 from the Army for research and development services on electronics and communication equipment.

Emergent Manufacturing Operations Baltimore of Baltimore won $163.22 million from the Department of Health and Human Services to construct a biodefense center.

En-Net Services of Frederick won $117,299 from the Department of State for fiber patch cords and connectors.

Federal Resources Supply of Stevensville won $143,330 from the Defense Logistics Agency for valve cover plates.

FMB Laundry of Baltimore won $32,443 from the Navy for washers and dryers.

Gerstel of Linthicum won $56,605 from NASA for thermal desorption systems.

L1 Enterprises of Frederick won $70,580 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for photocoagulators.

Maven Engineering of Rockville won $46,665 from the Defense Logistics Agency for aircraft structural plates.

Modern Door & Equipment Sales of White Plains won $36,982 from the Army for dividing walls.

Phoenix Trading of Rockville won $30,318 from the Defense Logistics Agency for nonmetallic hose assemblies.

Quality Software Services of Columbia won up to $109.93 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for enterprise identity management services under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

TechOpps of Mitchellville won $2.64 million from the Department of Homeland Security for physical security specialist services.

Thales Communications of Clarksburg won $85,750 from the Defense Logistics Agency for headset microphones.

Unconditional Support of Waldorf won up to $1.2 million from the Air Force for senior executive level consultant services.

Welch Mechanical Design of Belcamp won $37,140 from NASA for stackable racks and hardware for aircraft.

Wycliffe Enterprises of Frederick won $38,511 from the Army to remove and install brick veneer.

Source: Targeted News Service

DEALSIndia Globalization Capital of Bethesda agreed to pay $4.4 million in either cash or stock for an iron ore mine property in China’s Inner Mongolia.

TeleCommunication Systems of Annapolis won an additional $7.7 million from the Army for field support services for its communications infrastructure.

Ultra Electronics 3eTI of Rockville won an additional $10 million from the Navy to expand its industrial controls system to reduce energy consumption and protect network operations to all bases within the Naval District of Washington.

Smartronix of Hollywood won from the Navy a three-year prime contract worth $114 million to support communications at Webster Field in St. Inigoes.

MetaMedia Training International of Frederick was selected by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to develop interactive training programs to help prevent, mitigate and respond to hazardous materials incidents in the maritime industry.

Chesapeake Hospitality of Greenbelt was selected to manage the Crowne Plaza Oklahoma City.

BANKRUPTCIESMyOwnBiz Consultants LLC

ClintonCase 12-21149

Filed 6/14/12Chapter 11

Pro se Assets: $100,001 to $500,000

Debts: $100,001 to $500,000

No. of creditors: 1-49

Futranet Inc.

Upper MarlboroCase 12-2159

Filed 6/18/12Chapter 11

Pro se Assets: $0 to $50,000

Debts: $0 to $50,000

No. of creditors: 1-49

Piedmont Homes Inc.

FinksburgCase 12-21464

Filed 6/19/12Chapter 7

Attorney Andrew C. Stone

410-876-3317Assets: $0 to $50,000

Debts: $500,001 to $1 million

No. of creditors: 1-49

Source: U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland, Greenbelt and Baltimore.