Recent federal contracts, deals and bankruptcy filings involving Maryland businesses include the following:
AAI of Hunt Valley won from the Army $22.13 million for contractor logistics support for a remote video terminal and $18.87 million for aircraft fixed wings; $121,877 from the Defense Logistics Agency for electrical equipment cabinet cases; and $5.14 million from the Department of Transportation for technical support services for a highway driving simulator.
ACG Systems of Annapolis won $1.54 million from the Navy for receiver-transmitters.
Aeroflex-Weinschel of Frederick won $235,950 from the Air Force for missile radar altimeter test assembly programmable attenuators.
AMF Mechanical of Upper Marlboro won $611,160 from the General Services Administration for operation and mechanical maintenance services.
Armed Security of Halethorpe won $92,893 from the Department of Veterans Affairs for unarmed security services.
B&K Rental of Upper Marlboro won $9,750 from the Army for mobile bleachers.
BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services of Rockville won $25.2 million from the Air Force for diminishing manufacturing sources and materials shortages predictive tool capability services.
Batteries of Bowie of Marlboro won $109,750 from the Defense Logistics Agency for non-rechargeable batteries.
Buchanan's Tube Bending of Lutherville won $25,760 from the Defense Logistics Agency for metal tube assemblies.
CDM Group of Bethesda won $7.65 million from the National Institutes of Health to operate and maintain its Alcohol Policy Information System and website.
Conveyor Handling of Elkridge won $1.5 million from the Department of Homeland Security for conveyor components.
CFM Engineering of Millersville won $49,943 from the Department of State for professional training services.
Dela Technology of Rockville won $24,060 from the Coast Guard for oxygen pressure valves.
Fascan International of Baltimore won $71,774 from the Defense Logistics Agency for aircraft cylinder assemblies.
FCN of Rockville won $150,077 from the Department of Health and Human Services network optimization maintenance renewal.
Federal Resources Supply of Stevensville won from the Defense Logistics Agency $149,910 and $122,895 for sediment strainers, $87,921 for breathing regulators, $42,225 for hand cable reeling machines and $26,723 for fueling hose reels.
Global Information Grid Services Management-Engineering, Transition and Implementation, and Onyx-Technica J.V., both of Columbia, Digital Management of Bethesda and TurningPoint-EMW J.V. of Rockville are among eight companies sharing $1.42 billion from the Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization for global networking support services.
Jeskell Systems of Laurel won $1.04 million from the Department of the Treasury for mainframe maintenance and support services.
Marine Air Supply of Frederick won $55,032 from the Defense Logistics Agency for electromagnetic relays.
Maven Engineering of Rockville won from the Defense Logistics Agency $220,476 for power and hand pumps, $33,345 for fuse boxes, and $98,700 for butterfly parts kits.
Motorola Solutions of Columbia won $15.61 million from the Navy for global sustainment of enterprise land and mobile radio systems at 53 military installations worldwide.
Paradigm Systems GIS of Bowie won up to $20,000 from the Department of Agriculture for analysis, assessment and policy support services.
Phoenix Trading of Rockville won from the Defense Logistics Agency $33,198 for over-voltage absorbers, $39,100 for power transformers, $148,200 for pulley assemblies, $60,950 for industrial fluid coolers, $54,540 for ball valves and $47,094 for eye-collar toggle pins.
Ponte Technologies of Ellicott City won $574,528 from the Air Force for scalable Web application analysis.
Ray Nornes Inc. of Berlin won $257,200 from the Coast Guard to dredge Plantation Creek.
Remco Business Systems of Davidsonville won $65,450 from the Department of Commerce for a service and maintenance agreement.
RTW Enterprises of Ellicott City won up to $4.48 million from the General Services Administration for janitorial and mechanical maintenance services.
Schmidt Baking of Baltimore won $74,091 from the Department of Justice for bread items.
Seeds of Genius of Columbia won $60,803 from the Air Force for software support and maintenance services.
Sexton & Peake of Columbia won $25,824 from the Defense Logistics Agency for intake filter elements.
Ship Operations Cooperative Program of Crownsville won $5,000 from the Coast Guard for membership services.
Sotera Engineered Solutions of Frederick won $74,997 from the Defense Logistics Agency for single oven assemblies.
Spatial Integrated Systems of Rockville won $113,758 from the Navy for license maintenance renewals.
Sun Technical Services of Elkridge won $7,509 from the Army for bottled water.
Thales Communications of Clarksburg won $6.24 million from the Navy for high-frequency distribution amplifier group equipment.
Universal Services Provider of Bryans Road won $7.50 million from the Navy for building support services.
Whiting-Turner Contracting of Baltimore won $6.02 million from the Navy for energy-efficiency improvements.
Source: Targeted News Service
Zayo Group of Louisville, Colo., agreed to acquire Litecast/Balticore of Baltimore, which provides bandwidth infrastructure services, for $22 million.
The RLJ Cos. of Bethesda acquired R. Thompson Trucking of Concord, Va., from Linx Capital Partners.
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics of Aurora, Ohio, acquired American Fluoroseal of Gaithersburg.
Genesis Security Systems of Germantown moved its headquarters to a 12,000-square-foot location, as it plans to add five employees to its current 47 during the next six to 12 months.
The Business Factory of Frederick, offering flexible shared office and open space, plans to open Jan. 11 in 9,000 square feet at 801 N. East St., Suite 6A, Frederick.
Oil Price Information Service of Gaithersburg acquired LCI Energy Insight of El Paso, Texas.
Chindex International of Bethesda opened its sixth health clinic in the Beijing market.
Clapp Communications of Lutherville was selected by Foxleigh Enterprises of Lutherville to lead its public relations efforts.
Arbitron of Columbia was selected by Cumulus Media to provide radio ratings services.
Federal Realty Investment Trust of Rockville acquired the 438,000-square-foot East Bay Bridge shopping center in Emeryville and Oakland, Calif., for $53.7 million in cash and assumption of an existing $62.9 million mortgage loan.
RLJ Lodging Trust of Bethesda opened its 132-room Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District, which it acquired in 2010 for $6.4 million and on which it spent $16.9 million in renovations.
MCR Development of New York acquired from Skye Hospitality 10 Marriott International and Hilton Worldwide hotels in four Baltimore submarkets totaling 1,294 rooms.
Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc.
Jeffrey M. Sirody
Assets: $100,001 to $500,000
Debts: $1 million to $10 million
No. of creditors: 50-99
David H. Sandler
Assets: $50,001 to $100,000
Debts: $100,001 to $500,000
No. of creditors: 50-99
Shipman Trucking & Transportation Inc.
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.