Recent federal contracts, deals and bankruptcy filings involving Maryland businesses include the following:
Advanced Fire Protection Systems of Glen Burnie won $4 million from the General Services Administration to maintain elevators.
BAE Systems of Rockville won $12.19 million from the Navy for professional, administrative and management support services.
Bell Boeing Joint Project Office of California won $316,717 from the Navy for aircraft fairings.
CSC Applied Technologies of Lexington Park won $11.90 million from the Navy for air vehicle modification and instrumentation support services.
Dela Technology of Rockville won $79,178 from the Defense Logistics Agency for direct current motors.
Johns Hopkins University of Baltimore won $24.82 million from the National Institutes of Health for research and development services.
Lockheed Martin of Bethesda won $295,200 from the Air Force for contracting engineering technical services.
Maven Engineering of Rockville won $37,800 from the Defense Logistics Agency for vehicle hatch doors.
MDP Global of Bethesda won $73,424 from the Defense Logistics Agency for combination tools.
Motorola Solutions of Columbia won up to $35 million from the Marine Corps for emergency response systems equipment.
Norair Engineering of Landover won $3.82 million from the Army to upgrade motors and controls.
Nurad Technologies of Baltimore won $53,652 from the Defense Logistics Agency for antennas.
Phoenix Trading of Rockville won from the Defense Logistics Agency $26,968 for radio frequency absorbers and $29,360 for rotary pump parts kits.
Tate Andale of Baltimore won $34,165 from the Defense Logistics Agency for sediment strainer elements.
V-Tech Solutions of Silver Spring won $1.49 million from the Army for accounting support services.
Werres of Frederick won $61,467 from the Defense Logistics Agency for conveyors.
Source: Targeted News Service
Host Hotels & Resorts of Bethesda completed its joint venture agreement with an affiliate of Hyatt Hotels to develop, sell and operate a 131-unit vacation ownership project adjacent to its Hyatt Regency Maui (Hawaii) Resort & Spa. Construction has begun and the project is expected to open in late 2014.
Global, Nexus LLC
Assets: $0 to $50,000
Debts: $0 to $50,000
No. of creditors: 1-49
Source: U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland, Greenbelt and Baltimore.