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    Of all the things Sprint Nextel (S) now needs—and there are many—losing out on a lucrative government contract is certainly not one of them. On Mar. 29, Uncle Sam announced which companies can bid on telecommunications contracts worth as much as $48 billion in the next decade. Missing from the list: Sprint.

    The General Services Administration (GSA), the federal government's powerful procurement arm, said Verizon Communications (VZ), AT&T (T), and Qwest Communications International (Q) are eligible to bid on the government's largest-ever telecommunications contract, called Networx Universal. Sprint, off the list for the first time in 18 years, set its prices too high.

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    if Sprint set its prices too high is that Uncle Sam's fault or Sprint's? Save some money, Sam. Buy SERO contracts for everyone. :-)

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