Productive and comfortable workplace to stay for stability of job.
Program Integrator (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – March 20, 2017
Productive and comfortable workplace, based on management skills expected from the job. The hardest part of the job was to monitor the progress of the job description details schedules and budget allocated.
Human Resource Technician (Former Employee) – Fort Riley, KS – July 17, 2016
I had a great opportunity working for this company. I've learned great skill to better progress me in the human resource profession. A lot of training and hands on experience which really elevated me to get more in depth with Human resource.
Looking for a position to use my experiences and skills
Lead Quality Assurance Specialist (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – August 26, 2014
Overall my daily work consisted over of reviews of contracts, specifications, and completions of work performed each day at various subcontractors assigned to me. Over the years of my career I learned and what was required of the contracts of NASA and DoD and what requirements were required by the various military services. My co-workers over all were good to work with and we all supported each other in anyway that was required. The hardest part was to ensure all the required information was properly documented for sharing with the various levels of management. The primary satisfaction was knowing the products and services meet all requirements of the contracts
There were no major problems that were not corrected or resolved
I really enjoyed my daily work and my assigned programs
Employees are true professionals striving to ensure military equipment is appropriate for our military service members.
Defense Contract Management Agency (Former Employee) – East Hartford, CT – July 9, 2014
DoD agency doing an exemplary job of making sure military equipment sent to our service men and women meets the highest possible standards. Employees are true professionals and are keenly interested in doing outstanding work. Management is made up of intelligent, experienced, professionals with a few exceptions. The agency spends an enormous amount time, money, and talent trying to define and justify its existence. The agency should be concentrating on doing what they do best, and that is overseeing all aspects of military/government contracts to ensure our service members get the best possible equipment.
LAN Administrator (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 29, 2014
Typical work day consists of supporting multiple users in off-site locations via phone and remote log ins. Management has reasonable expectations (usually), but expects three person results from single person. Customers are great for the (most part), but being the sole support for a dozen off-site locations, some get upset when not being serviced quick enough because of workload. The hardest part of the job is completing tasks due to most physical locations being remote. Some as far as 4 hours away, with no way to connect remotely. The most enjoyable part of the job is meeting people and learning programs.
Excellent benefits, convenient location.
Not enough people to reasonably complete workload.
Defense Contract Management Agency (Current Employee) – Lakewood, CO – January 30, 2013
Manage tier II support and operations, to include desktops, laptops, Thin Clients, VMware, Routers, Switches, Blackberrys, Broadband communication, wi-fi 802.11g, point to point frame relay circuits, MPLS circuits, DSL circuits, agency service center augmentation, asset management, Information Security, Customer Service, Vendor Relations Management, VPN support, Multifunction Printer support, Conflict resolution. It could go on, basically an endless list of support services to keep up with the ever landscape of IT.