Technical Manager, Wall Twp - October 24, 2017
This company gets government contract on a set-aside program. it is unclear whether they could sustain this business without the artifical boost provided by set-asides. Generally, there is one large contract and a couple much smaller ones, making this a 'single contract' business with "all their eggs in one basket". Once a contract ends there is rarely new business to sustain the work force, leading to oscillations in the number of employees. Contract length averages two years, so it can be a wild wide. The company has a static or decreasing head count due to the poor planning and business development practices. Employee Benefits have decreased over time. Anything you need to do your job must be open source or otherwise free; the company spends very little on commercially available IDEs, compilers and such.