Procurement Specialist & Executive Administrator (Former Employee) – Vienna, VA – April 10, 2017
AAC was a growing opportunity for me as a young adult. I learned a lot from the defense contracting side and the process of bidding and winning/losing contracts to the ins and outs of procurement and administrative side. The company work culture was very warm and friendly which was one of the most beneficial parts of the job.
Annonymous (Former Employee) – Vienna, VA – May 30, 2017
This office was once a wonderful place to work. People were smart, caring, and there was such a healthy work-like balance. But when one major contract fell apart the true colors of senior management came out.
Continuous Service Improvement Manager (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – February 27, 2017
I am a contractor for one of our Federal agencies so I don't spend much time at AAC HQ. My boss there is very good and supports me in my work. I provide him weekly updates and we speak freely about any pending issues.
Local Support Technician (Current Employee) – Vienna, VA – May 4, 2015
Contract with the government, working in a storefront where we were there to help with users and their first contact and to help with minor fixes. We also helped with the setup and troubleshooting of issues with mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets. The users we nice and easy to get along with some are always stressed when an issue arises which can be a normal thing. The hardest part can be the constant push by the higher ups to meet SLAs with minimal personal.
Data Entry Operator (Former Employee) – Millington, TN – September 25, 2012
The Job got better when new management took over. Their was some good people that worked here. I sat at a desk all day reviewing officer's records. The hardest part of the job was trying to get our quota in on time and the most enjoyable part would be the people that worked thier.