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Design, test and deploy solution for Government agency
Tivoli Engineer (Former Employee), Herndon, VAJune 24, 2014
Pros: ability to showcase technical capabilities
Cons: suitable job opportunities after project completion
Gather customer requirements
Design and test solution
Travel to remote locations to install new systems
Design, test and deploy upgrades to all installed systems
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The best of the Best
Technical Helpdesk Analyst (Former Employee), Rockville, MDJune 20, 2014
Pros: everything
My work day started early in the morning and end early in the afternoon assisted user from all over the US with there computer issues. The people I worked with both with Digicon and DCAA was great all of them was my family way from home. Enjoyed every minute with all of them and I still miss all of them
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Great Company
Manager (Current Employee), Rockville, MDAugust 22, 2013
Fully engaged with employees, but needs to hire staff with qualified skillsets
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A company with a bunch of executives who couldn't care less
Program Manager (Current Employee), HerndonJuly 18, 2013
Pros: they have some good pm's that work extremely hard and really care for the company
Cons: a bunch of technical people with mismatched engineering skills on projects
They have some good people in middle management, who are capable but have no power to make a difference in consulting. The senior executives are pathetic in their approach, and everyone wants to have a pie in everything to please the owner. The clients don't matter to them, and lethargy and absolute apathy in decision making and recruiting culture ends – more... up with them having the wrong people with mismatched skills being thrown into high profile projects. The middle management is then left to face the client for decisions they weren't responsible for in the first place. added to that, the execs have no clue about relationship management. – less
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Good company to work for
Network Administrator (Current Employee), Washington, DCApril 21, 2013
Pros: good benefits employee owned
Cons: management can be a bit detached.
The company is moving towards being employee owned. Most employees work on contracts for various government and private companies. For that reason the jobs are somewhat compartmentalized, but that also lends to good work life balance.
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Left alone
Senior Service Desk Analyst (Current Employee), Fort Bragg, NCOctober 25, 2012
I work at a off site installation and I am left alone by management I do not hear from them unless I contact them. overall company is a good company and work with you when you need it.
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Government Atmosphere
Sr. Graphic Designer / Web Coordinator (Current Employee), Rockville, MDJuly 6, 2012
Currently I assist the Webmaster with the design, development and integration of internet and intranet website materials. Uses web design and development software to create, edit, optimize and lay out text, photographs, web graphics, sound and video and any other web content as appropriate for web and other information technologies. Assists in the development – more... and implementation of web standards as they relate to web design, accessibility, usability, and information architecture. Assists with reviewing, testing and publishing website content. Assists with the administration of any CMS (Content Management Systems) and policies or procedures governing these systems. Assists with the review and enforcement procedures of the City’s online content and design standards as well as Section 508 accessibility compliance.
I also design print collateral for the Mayor’s initiatives that include: banners, flyers, posters and other related media to support their efforts. Notable recent achievements include the : CGHS initiative inclusive of web presence and print collateral, and Bike Baltimore flyers and web presence. I have received plenty of accolades on my performance since I started this position. – less