Great company to work for that cares for their people. I have been working for the for some time now and i have nothing negative to say about them. They are very understanding of whatever your life throws your way and always willing to help and work with you.
Senior Business Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – March 15, 2017
Good team of folks. Most have been around for a long time.The most professional group of folks I have met thus far. Work hard and play enough. Able to telecommute or work remotely but have to prove yourself. Not a lot of bonuses but if you do your job then there is no drama.
Sr. Supply Analyst (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 14, 2017
CACI is one of the successful contractor on the waterfront due to the people that are working for it. Mostly compose of USN retirees who understand and knowledgeable in providing the needs of the clients.
Litigation Support Specialist (Contractor) (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 14, 2017
The management was terrible with plenty of favoritism, fraternization, and corruption. Jobs were given to unqualified people that were liked by the manager and qualified people left the company because they weren't brown nosers. The higher higher ups need to do something about this because CACI is a well known company that I was happy to work for, but my manager acted as if she was a Queen in her very own corrupt queendom.
Editor/Writer (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 3, 2017
As an entry level editor/writer, I enjoyed my work. As I grew in my abilities to handle the organization of a request for proposal and its delivery, I began to handle more and more of the entire process. I worked in a predominantly male culture which was the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job was when we won the contract.
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 2, 2017
I was recruited into CACI by an SVP who made use of all my capabilities in sales and marketing. I was able to thrive, be recognized as a rising leader in CACI, and learn/grow a great deal professionally. When that person retired, there was a management vacuum for months with little/no guidance from upper management as to the remaining Leadership (including myself) on business direction. Eventually the new SVP hired decided to eliminate my position as part of a cost-cutting measure while he reorg'd and brought in his own people. Disappointing.
Fast-paced, dynamic work environment under the correct leadership
Bad management, strategic direction from upper management on our business.
INVESTIGATOR (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – February 28, 2017
It's difficult to become proficient due to constant changing requirements. Metrics used to improve quality only serve to demoralize. Pay is too little for the impact this job has on national security and the difficulty of completing.
Government Property Administrator (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – February 20, 2017
Poor Upper Management in the sense that they don't really care for the employees. They are constantly hiring temps to replace employees and then laying them off to save money. They hire a lot of new employees for a lower pay