Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors: 2008
25 : Sprint Nextel Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $839,946,000
Defense revenue: $248,776,000
Civilian revenue: $591,170,000
2007 revenue: $40.1 billion
2007 earnings : Loss of $29.6 billion
2006 revenue: $41 billion
2006 earnings: $1.3 billion
Number of employees: 60000
Headquarters: Overland Park, Kan.
Web address:
President/CEO: Dan Hesse, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Tony D''Agata, vice president, public sector, federal
Ticker: NYSE: FON
Lines of business: Wireless and wireline communications services
Major customers: Federal Bureau of Investigation, Environmental Protection Agency, Education Department, Labor Department, U.S. Postal Service, Navy, Army, Air Force and Defense Department
Major contracts/projects: Sprint was awarded the FTS2001 Bridge contract with the General Services Administration. The company is providing Tier-1 IP backbone, wireless networks and products in voice, mobile data services and data applications.
Previous Profile: 2007
Sources: Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Sources Inc., Houlihan Lokey

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