18 : Sprint Nextel Corp.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $796,455,000
Defense revenue: $232,957,000
Civilian revenue: $563,498,000
2005 revenue: $34.7 billion
2005 earnings : $1.8 billion
2004 revenue: $27.4 billion
2004 earnings: Loss of $1 billion
Number of employees: 80,000
Headquarters: Reston, Va.
Web address: www.sprint.com
President/CEO: Gary D. Forsee, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Tony D''Agata, vice president, public sector-federal, Sprint Nextel
Ticker: NYSE: S
Lines of business: Wireless phones, wireless data, Internet and IP, networking, landline phone, conferencing and relay services
Major customers: General Services Administration, Education Department and Defense Department
Major contracts/projects: Sprint was hired by the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide expanded Internet connectivity for an unidentified agency within the Defense Deparment. The five-year contract, awarded in May 2004, is worth $11.3 million.
Previous Profile: 2005

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