Recent federal contracts, deals and bankruptcy filings involving Maryland businesses include the following:
Agentase of Elkridge won $88.34 million from the Army to develop technologies to detect persistent low-volatility chemical threats.
Alliance Material Handling of Capitol Heights won $149,372 from the Department of Commerce for vehicles.
American Amplifier & Television of Lanham won $15,080 from the Department of the Interior for interactive display systems.
Apex Tool Group of Sparks won up to $104,305 from the Army for chain and wire rope.
Arinc Engineering Services of Annapolis won $587,857 from the Air Force for professional, administrative and management support services.
Bell Boeing Joint Project Office of California won $221,766 from the Navy for sleeve bearings.
Berney Associates of Rockville won $57,800 from the Army for facilitator services.
Brookman of Rockville won $157,497 from the Department of Labor for administration and management of phones.
Capital Consulting of Rockville won up to $100 million from the National Institutes of Health for public information and communication services.
CDM Smith/Coakley Williams J.V. of Bethesda won $80.55 million from the Navy to design and construct the Marine Corps University Research Center Addition and Marine Corps University Academic Instruction Facility.
Chesapeake Lock & Safe Service of Prince Frederick won $37,052 from the Department of Homeland Security for various equipment.
Creative Computing Solutions of Rockville won $7.21 million from the Department of Homeland Security for project management and technical support.
Cytec Engineered Materials of Havre de Grace won $116,631 from the Air Force for structural prepreg and epoxy prepreg systems.
DBKB Technologies of Silver Spring won from the Air Force $31,313 for a radio upgrade and $225,378 for radio equipment, and $48,130 from the Forest Service for radio test sets.
Dela Technology of Rockville won $47,220 from the Defense Logistics Agency for cylinder relief valves.
Encore N.G. Services of Rockville won $252,384 from the Air Force for family readiness information and relocation assistant services.
En-Net Services of Frederick won $112,527 from the Defense Information Systems Agency for network drops.
Escal Institute of Advanced Technologies of Bethesda won $45,625 from the Air Force for cloud security fundamentals training.
FCN of Rockville won $115,111 from the Department of State to renew software maintenance.
FedStore of Rockville won from the Department of Veterans Affairs $650,765 for computer hardware and maintenance, and $472,716 for hardware upgrades.
Fedwin of Germantown won $128,990 from the Navy for video products.
FMB Laundry of Baltimore won $30,952 from the Army for washer and dryer rental and servicing.
FocalPoint Consulting Group of Potomac won up to $6.47 million from the Department of Treasury for internal controls support services.
Force 3 of Crofton won $170,998 from the Department of State for computer equipment.
Garrett Container Systems of Accident won $28,210 from the Army for clothing, individual equipment and insignia.
GovConnection of Rockville won $5,286 from the Environmental Protection Agency for software licenses and media, and $24,600 from the Library of Congress for software licenses.
G-W Management Services of Rockville won $7.65 million from the Navy to replace a heating, ventilation and air conditioning system, and provide additional parking spaces.
Hamilton-Pacific-Chamberlain of Laurel won $1.64 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs to upgrade plumbing structures.
IBM of Bethesda won $274,912 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for 8,000 software licenses and $474,487 from the Social Security Administration for software.
ICF Jacob & Sundstrom of Baltimore won $19.17 million from the Army for support services.
Immediate Response Technologies of Glenn Dale won $51,890 from the Army for shelter systems and accessories.
Interior Resource Group of Baltimore won from the Department of Veterans Affairs $23,526 for office furniture and $7,635 for guest arm and high chairs.
L1 Enterprises of Frederick won $314,253 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for uroscopes and cystoscopes.
Lockheed Martin of Bethesda won $1.62 million from the Air Force for contractor logistics support.
Maven Engineering of Rockville won $47,600 from the Defense Logistics Agency for butterfly valve parts kits.
Netlocity V.A. of La Plata won $40,698 from the Department of Labor for administration and management of production scanners.
Northrop Grumman Systems of Elkridge won $65,468 from the Air Force for communication, detection and coherent radiation equipment.
Optivor Technologies of Annapolis Junction won $165,102 from the Department of State to maintain equipment.
Phoenix Trading of Rockville won from the Defense Logistics Agency $78,948 for rotary pump parts kits and $30,240 for television cameras.
Planar Monolithics Industries of Frederick won $353,750 from the Air Force for electrical and electronic equipment components.
Powerstar of Gaithersburg won $36,750 from the Defense Logistics Agency for power supplies.
Rescue Phone of Crofton won $27,479 from the Department of State for throw phones.
Restorative Therapies of Baltimore won $30,690 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for electrical stimulation power systems.
R.J. Washington Co. of Bowie won $127,049 from the Army to replace an air conditioning system.
Rohde & Schwarz of Columbia won $35,636 from the Air Force for information technology equipment.
SafeNet of Belcamp won $166,056 from the Navy for data encryptors.
Safeware of Landover won $72,807 from the Department of Justice for air monitor kits under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Schuyler Line Navigation of Annapolis won $11.18 million from the Navy to lease a shallow draft tanker.
SC-ID of Annapolis won $487,364 from the Navy for personal data assistants and related peripherals.
Smiths Detection Edgewood of Edgewood won from the Army $5.2 million and $2.96 million for chemical weapons and equipment, and $7.3 million for joint chemical agent detectors, communication adapters, platform interface kits and adapter cables, and up to $245 million from the Department of Homeland Security for advanced imaging technology.
S.T. Net of Rockville won $90,153 from the Air Force for land mobile radios.
Studio Gemini of Beltsville won $200,000 from the Department of State for electrical safety training.
Thales Communication of Clarksburg won $93,800 from the Air Force to repair hand-held monitors.
Trusted Systems of Taneytown won $28,431 from the Air Force for information processing system containers.
Truth Technology of Bowie won $41,822 from the Air Force for firewall enterprise support.
URS Federal Services of Germantown won $54.53 million from the Army for rotary wing flight training services.
VET of Frederick won $43,046 from the Forest Service for herbicides.
Waco Products of Baltimore won $117,646 from the Navy for deck grating overhaul and battens.
Washington Music Sales Center of Wheaton won $14,549 from the Navy for five timpani drums.
Whitaker Brothers Business Machines of Rockville won $39,307 from the Air Force to assemble and install a disintegrator, and $29,994 from the Marine Corps for degaussers and hard-drive shredders.
Whiting-Turner Contracting of Baltimore won $499 million from the Army to construct the Intelligence Community Campus in Bethesda and $21.83 million from the Navy for energy-efficiency improvements.
Source: Targeted News Service
GP Strategies of Elkridge, which provides sales and technical training, and management consulting and engineering services, acquired Rovsing Dynamics of Herlev, Denmark, which provides vibration condition monitoring hardware and software.
AVF Consulting of Towson was selected by SCO Family of Services of Glen Cove, N.Y., to implement a nonprofit financial management system.
Continental Realty of Towson acquired Chase Heritage, a 236-unit apartment community in Sterling, Va., for $42.5 million.