Awards

Universal Hi-Tech Development Inc. A $2.5 million award for computer support services. Army Research Laboratory Adelphi Md.

BBN Systems and Technologies. A $1.6 million research and development award for a toolkit for creating adaptable distributed applications. Rome Laboratory Rome N.Y.

DPSC Software Inc. A $1.56 million award for database information retrieval services. Treasury Department Washington D.C.

Diez Management Systems. A $549 735 award for general-purpose automated data processing equipment software supplies and support equipment. General Services Administration Kansas City Mo.

Zeus Electronics. A $332 877 award for Motorola Corp. single-board computer systems. Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Ind.

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