Dayton-area firms win federal contracts

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The following federal contracts were announced by federal agencies as having been awarded to companies operating in Ohio.

Contract awarded to CFM International

CFM International Inc. in West Chester Twp. won a $678,510 federal contract from the U.S. Air Force Materiel Command for engines, turbines and components.

$143,867 contract awarded to Integrated Procurement Technologies

Integrated Procurement Technologies in Vandalia won a $143,866 federal contract set aside for small business from the Defense Logistics Agency for electrical solenoids.

$136,356 contract awarded to Howden North America

Howden North America in Fairfield won a $136,356 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for vaneaxial fans.

$120,196 contract awarded to Integrated Procurement Technologies

Integrated Procurement Technologies of Vandalia won a $120,195 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for directional sleeves.

$71,800 contract awarded to Integrated Procurement Technologies

Integrated Procurement Technologies in Vandalia won a $71,799 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for preformed packings.

$70,278 contract awarded to Howden North America

Howden North America Inc. in Fairfield won a $70,278 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for vaneaxial fans.

$65,800 contract awarded to Mil-Hut Packaging

Mil-Hut Packaging Co. in Miamisburg won a $65,800 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for pulse transformers.

$40,103 contract awarded to Integrated Procurement Technologies

Integrated Procurement Technologies in Vandalia won a $40,103 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for particulate removal fluid filters.

$39,000 contract awarded to General Electric

General Electric Co. won a $39,000 federal contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command for vocational and technical training services.

$31,344 contract awarded to Advanced Products Services

Advanced Products Services Inc. in Centerville won a $31,344 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for dial indicating differential gages.

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