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overalll good company to work for
Senior Application Developer (Current Employee), springfieldMay 18, 2014
Pros: cool environment
Cons: compensation
Work environment is plesent and not much work pressure.
Co workers are good and co operative.
Not very happy with management.
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Great workplace and coworkers.
Help Desk Operator (Current Employee), Alabama Supercomputer, Huntsville AlMay 17, 2014
Pros: great workplace and coworkers
Cons: no room for growth at this current time
This company has successfully made me the employee I am today. The workplace was fantastic and very relaxed, but challenged me on a daily basis which was good for growth.
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Very interesting job
Engineers Technical Assistant (Current Employee), Bethesda, MDMay 16, 2014
Pros: full time job with good beneficts
Cons: contractor
I Operate the pneumatic wave maker, the rotating arm and the carriages as well as the circulating wave maker. This is a research and developement lab, so everything needs to be tested.
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Good work culture
ABAP/PI Consultant (Current Employee), Dearborn, MIMay 16, 2014
No micro management
Good work culture
Flexible working hours
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A good place to hone your skills
(CSC) - Life-Cycle Engineer (Former Employee), Washington, DCMay 15, 2014
Pros: good compensation and team atmosphere
Cons: management shake-ups
Typical work is client-centric, mostly on site. Your time with other CSC employees is dependent on your specific task. Many CSC employees send the majority of their time with sub-contractors and government clients.
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Infrastructure Engineer (Current Employee), Newark, DEMay 12, 2014
Pros: ample training
Cons: upgrade
A typical day in my current role:

• Build and configure Linux and Windows OS
• Monitor Windows and Linux servers assigned to group’s clients
• Patch Management – Windows/Linux – Configure/Maintain and Produces Monthly Patch Report
• Attends Daily Service Review meetings
• Manages team’s Weekly and Monthly Changes
• Attends weekly Global Data Center – more... Change Management – less
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Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TXMay 8, 2014
Very busy work environment. Great place if you love call center environment.
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Field Service Representative (Former Employee), Falls Church, VAApril 30, 2014
Pros: healthcare
Cons: hours
12 hours workdays,
learned CECON RESET database
coworkers were all males
workload
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Productive and Fast Pace Work Environment
TECHNICAL TRAINER SENIOR PROFESSIONAL (Current Employee), Fort Jackson, SCApril 24, 2014
Pros: fast pace, interactive with customer and benefits
Cons: eating luch on the run and outside toliets
- Typical work day starts at 0600 hrs; preparing for Army personnel to arrive at 0730 hrs.
- Preparation is key prior to arrival of Soldiers. Lessons learned (Time Management, troubleshooting computers, communication and designing of exercise).
- Shift Leader of a (4) personnel crew.
- Team consist of retired military personnel.
- Hardest part of the – more... job is designing and keeping classes on exercise schedule.
- Most enjoyable is satisfying the customer after creating the exercise to their standards. – less
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CSC has an outstanding "work from home" policy
Sr. UNIX Systems Admin (Former Employee), Austin, TXApril 23, 2014
A typical day was basically closing tickets and working with the customer to better understand and meet their needs. Co-workers while at CSC were great,
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Big company
Network Architecture Leader/JITC (Former Employee), Washington, DCApril 22, 2014
Pros: big company
Cons: big company
I was on a small contract that really had no growth potential. However, the employees and management made it a great work environment. CSC is so big that I rarely saw my director.
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AEGIS
Software Developer/Technical Lead (Former Employee), Moorestown, NJApril 22, 2014
Pros: working on aegis
Cons: job security
• Technical Lead and Lead System Integrator of a team with a 98% award fee bonus
• Received an award of excellence for 2 baselines for which I was the Tech Lead
• Delivered and clarified requirements to developers and integration team
• Supported the CGM and BMD 5.0 Integration labs
• Site Support at CPTS and CSEDS for BSP, BMD 361, BMD 4.0E, BMD 4.0 – more... and JBMD
• Received the designation of Functional Area Expert
• Designed and Coded functionality for ETF and Radar Loop in AEGIS (Baselines 6Phase3, 7Phase1)
• Worked with engineers to clarify/correct requirements and verified that code design met requirements
• Translated AN/UYK 43 machine code patches to source code for all BMD baselines and for the BSP baseline
• Coded AN/UYK 43 machine direct code patches while support System Engineering
• Hand selected to be a member of the Defect Causal Analysis Team, part of the team of developers, managers, and trainers with a main objective to reduce the number of errors (critical and non-critical errors) under live conditions
• Researched and implemented test-driven development on the AEGIS project
• Detected and corrected 10% more errors in the unit test phase of testing (the earliest possible time to detect an error) as a member of the Defect Analysis team
• Selected as member of the test team to "refresh/start-up" new test labs
• Spearheaded the opening of two successful test/development labs
• Directed the connection of the live radar test lab
• Performed timing studies and stress/regression tests of the system and software
• Weekly regression testing including 24 and 72 hour stress tests – less
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Good Place to work
Network Systems Analyst (Former Employee), Camp Pendleton, CAApril 17, 2014
Indoors and travel
Computer Skills
Co-workers are all good
hardest part of the job is long hours sitting behind a computer screen
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Good place to learn about the logisticial side of the whole sale and retail side of logistics.
Asset Management Professional Lead Logistician (Current Employee), KuwaitApril 17, 2014
Pros: use to have really good management
Cons: new management do not care about personnel
The most enjoyable part of the job is getting the chance to understand and see the different parts of logistics and understanding the difference between the two. The job helps you grow as a logistician.
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Learning phase
Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee), Redmond, WAApril 15, 2014
Good work experience. Working with people having an average work exp of around 20 years which was a huge benefit.
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Air Force Cyber a continuation of my commitment to keeping America safe 24/7 365 days a year through Network Security.
Senior Analyst (Former Employee), San Antonio, TexasApril 5, 2014
Excellent common core of experience with so many of the contractors being prior military and continuing to carry the torch of defending this great nation of ours.
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Busy 24/7/365 96 hour weeks very common
Sr. Manager (Former Employee), Greenville, TXApril 3, 2014
Pros: lots of travel and job satisfaction very high
Cons: not much family time.
Responsible for Raytheon mainframe customers located in Boston, Ma., St Petersburg, Fl., Fort Wayne, IN., 3 Texas locations. Client hands on management for customer centric business. Traveled 43 of 52 week per year. CSC meetings once a month in various locations including other countries. Best job I have had. Fun and challenging.
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Nice company
Message Center (Former Employee), Fort Meade, MDMarch 25, 2014
Company allowed all the over time you wanted at that time.
Nice learning experience working as a contractor the first time.
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Do Not Recommend
Programmer Analyst (Former Employee), Crane Naval BaseMarch 22, 2014
Pros: nice base; cafeteria
Cons: worked in cubicles
I don't know if this is typical for CSC or if it was because I was located at a Naval Base and working for the government. For the first six weeks of employment I was told to read manuals. Then once I did get an assignment, it was not what I was promised I would be doing. This was the one position I regretted taking.
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Cutting edge company
Systems Engineer/Project Lead (Former Employee), Maryland, DC, NSA, PentagoneMarch 19, 2014
Pros: interacting with several types of people a day
Cons: long hours
Contracted to the NSA as lead engineer to perform selected re-design of computer systems including system design, development, operations, and engineering support. Chairperson for the acquisition of an air defense system for military operations.