Recent federal contracts, deals and bankruptcy filings involving Maryland businesses include the following:
About Space of Rockville won $25,001 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for furniture.
Advanced Engineering Associates of Cambridge won $65.39 million from the Agency for International Development to implement an energy policy program.
All American Contractors of Nottingham won $95,992 from the Defense Logistics Agency for electron tubes.
Alvarez & Associates of Silver Spring won $200,706 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for computer design subscription renewal.
Applied Defense Solutions of Columbia won $1.48 million from the Air Force for super novel optically diverse applications.
Atmospheric Products & Services of Reisterstown won $10,197 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for nitrogen auto-fill tanks.
Atteloir of Germantown won $10.15 million from the Department of Defense for audio-visual maintenance services.
BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services of Rockville was one of five companies to win $750 million from the Navy for engineering, procurement, installation, maintenance and technical support.
Bell Boeing Joint Project Office of California won $924,000 from the Navy for ram kit panels and similar replacement parts.
Camris International of Bethesda won $164,466 from the Navy for research and development services.
Computech of Bethesda won $11.29 million from the Department of the Treasury for database stabilization services.
Crowley Micrographics of Frederick won up to $199,740 from the National Archives and Records Administration for positive duplicating microfilms.
Ecotone of Jarrettsville won $116,375 from the Army for natural resources and conservation services.
Energy Research of Rockville won $11.58 million from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for technical assistance activities related to new reactor license applications.
En-Net Services of Frederick won $30,433 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for label printers.
Equipment Resource Center of Westminster won $209,476 from the Navy for portable laser tracker kits.
Federal Resources Supply of Stevensville won $30,707 from the Defense Logistics Agency for sediment strainers.
Force 3 of Crofton won $161,582 from the Defense Commissary Agency for network hardware monitoring equipment and maintenance support services, and $2.44 million from the Department of State for network equipment.
Gerstel of Baltimore won $20,471 from the Department of Commerce for parts.
Global Distributors of Bethesda won $27,848 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for dining room chairs and table tops.
Impaq International of Columbia won $348,780 from the Department of Education for study services related to providing school choice information.
Island Contracting of Greenbelt won $48,976 from the Army for building renovations.
Jeskell Systems of Laurel won $206,933 from the Department of Justice for application system development and design services.
Johnson Controls Security System of Gaithersburg won $193,358 from the Marine Corps for physical security maintenance.
L1 Enterprises of Frederick won $238,182 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for sterilizer coffin equipment.
Laura M. Interiors of Ijamsville won $97,911 from the National Institute of Standards and Technology for alternating current and direct current difference and voltage calibration.
Marine Air Supply of Frederick won $71,236 from the Defense Logistics Agency for circuit breakers.
Meggitt of Germantown won $27,864 from the Defense Logistics Agency for linear electrical accelerometers.
Metastorm Government Solutions of Baltimore won $17,500 from the Department of Homeland Security for software maintenance renewal.
Micro Focus U.S. of Rockville won $40,520 from the Air Force for software.
Mistral Security of Bethesda won $35,000 from the Army for instruments and laboratory equipment.
Navarre Creative Solutions of Severna Park won $24,600 from the Department of Health and Human Services display banners.
Northrop Grumman Systems of Linthicum won $424,816 from the Navy for photonics-enabled elemental digital beam forming for electronic warfare applications.
Pegasus Radio of Aberdeen won $63,016 from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for a turnkey radio system.
Phillips of Hanover won $183,099 from the Navy to install computer lathes.
Phoenix Trading of Rockville won $54,366 from the Defense Logistics Agency for expansion sleeves.
Program Insite of Rockville won $996,226 from the National Institute of Standards and Technology for lobby exhibit interactive screen display systems.
PubCom of Takoma Park won $30,000 from the Department of Health and Human Services for planning for XML implementation within an electronic journal publication workflow.
Safeware of Landover won $145,666 from the Navy for fall protection equipment.
S.M. Resources of Lanham won up to $9.62 million from the Department of State for language editors.
Sotera Engineered Solutions of Frederick won from the Defense Logistics Agency $52,675 for single oven assemblies and $34,051 for sink front heat shield assemblies.
Spark Experience Design of Rockville won $48,610 from the National Institutes of Health for website usability testing.
S.T. Net of Rockville won $208,230 from the Air Force to upgrade land mobile radios.
Tilmon Properties of Largo won up to $500,000 from the General Services Administration for facilities maintenance and management services.
TriTech Enterprise Systems of Hyattsville won up to $14.45 million from the Department of Labor for Web and mobile application development services.
Truck Crane Solutions America of Baltimore won $210,915 from the Army for hydraulic assemblies.
United Native Technologies of Gaithersburg won $2.30 million from the Army to maintain ground retractable automotive barriers.
Washington Professional Systems of Wheaton won $8,336 from NASA for speakers and amplifiers.
Wyle Laboratories of California won $199,500 from the Navy for for annual bundle software and warranty.
Zodiac of North America of Stevensville won $568,400 from the Department of Commerce for rescue boats.
Source: Targeted News Service
Videology of Baltimore, which provides digital video advertising platforms, acquired LucidMedia of Reston, Va., which specializes in display and rich media campaigns.
GlobalNet Services of Rockville won a five-year, $28.8 million contract from the Food and Drug Administration to provide operations and maintenance support for the agency’s enterprise document management platform system.
Hughes Network Systems of Germantown was selected by the General Services Administration to provide commercial satellite end-to-end communications to government customers for three years with two, one-year options.
NWHW Holdings, a newly formed entity backed by investment company Camden Partners Holdings of Baltimore, acquired New Horizons Worldwide of Conshohocken, Pa., an information technology training company.
Towne Park of Annapolis was selected by Fontainebleau Miami Beach (Fla.) to provide valet parking services.
Clapp Communications of Lutherville was selected by Apartment Services to provide public relaitons services.
IFos of Clarksville was selected by the Department of the Treasury to provide technical support for the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund.
Inovalon of Bowie, which provides health care data services, opened a communications center in Phoenix, Ariz.
The Goldstar Group of Bethesda acquired 265 rental condominium flats and townhomes at Barracks West in Charlottesville, Va., for $13.3 million.
Corporate Office Properties Trust of Columbia signed three leases totaling 363,300 square feet of class A office space at its Redstone Gateway project in Huntsville, Al.
First Potomac Realty Trust of Bethesda reported a 33,150-square-foot lease expansion with Windspeed Logistics at its Diamond Hill Distribution Center in Chesapeake, Va., bringing its total lease to 133,639 square feet.
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Source: U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland, Greenbelt and Baltimore.