Pros: co-workers are amazing, great for individual development, supportive of employees during government shutdown, tele-working is available, challenging work environment
Cons: new business model has employees finding their own projects/work, leadership does not walking the walk, client-site could involve commutes of 100 miles rt, well-known holiday party - spouses/dates now pay, company seems to be shifting to more of an it/im-centric firm, proposal-writing is typically done over the weekend, high turn-over rate at junior ranks, time off is in short supply
Touted as being the Harvard of the Beltway, but the lustre has been worn down by an less-than-grand IPO, reduction in government contracts, a major national security leak, an ethics violation in Texas and other issues.
Project usually last a year, but can last 2 weeks or 2 days.
Most projects in DC metro area are in the District or Virginia.
New – more... business model is confusing despite weekly emails from leadership.
Client usually rely on their Booz contractors a lot. Clients seem to like and prefer Booz employees over other contractors.
Colleagues are some of the most professional, intelligent and hard-working I have worked with in my extensive career. – less