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Great coworkers
GIS Specialist (Current Employee), Melbourne, FLJuly 22, 2015
Fun, relaxed atmosphere in which to work. Heads down type of work is expected, but managers and co workers are great people.
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could be better
Net Security Specialist V (Current Employee), McLean, VAJuly 6, 2015
The company could strive to be much better. But is currently only striving to meet earning projections.

There are some great people there with plenty of talent, and a few good managers, but they are burdened down by the bottom line.
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A Review
Java Developer (Current Employee), Chantilly, VAJuly 5, 2015
Pros: Inexpensive coffee
Cons: none
Leidos is an excellent company to work for. Very interesting applications developed for the customer, I am working at a customer site with contracts from a dozen different companies. In this environment, it is hard to describe the Leidos culture.
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We worked as a team and everybody helped someone who didn't have as many skills.
Electronics Technician (Former Employee), Orlando, FLJune 21, 2015
Pros: We were treated very well.
Cons: Temp job without benefits.
Good company to work for but unfortunately it was a temp job.
We had team meetings at the beginning of each work day to focus on any issues.
If you needed personal time for doctor appointments and you could make up your lost time.
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Visual Information Specialist (Current Employee), Anniston, ALJune 16, 2015
Great opportunities even for a contract company. Be prepared to be just a number in most instances. Insurance is not that great.
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productive
Electronics Technician (Former Employee), Orlando, FLJune 15, 2015
Pros: breaks, parties, pay
Cons: temp, contracted
co workers are very kind and helpful
the managers were very caring of there employees
the most enjoyable part of work was our holiday company parties
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Great company to work for
Contract Targeter/Analyst (Current Employee), Reston, VAJune 8, 2015
Always tried to meet my needs and help me advance in my career path. very supportive and understanding of my needs and wants. Has helped me progress in my career path.
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Geospatial Analyst
Geospatial Analyst (Current Employee), St. Louis and Arnold MissouriMay 28, 2015
Pros: Flexible work schedule
Cons: Poor industry Benefits
We work a standard 40 hour week, minus any holiday or corporate meetings that are mandatory. We utilize various software to accomplish our daily tasking, most noteably ArcGIS and ArcCatalog.
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Disorganized
Employee (Current Employee), Oak Ridge, TennesseeMay 27, 2015
Pros: A few nice people.
Cons: Work/life balance, favoritism, disorganization, too many hires from within making a stale work force, too many layers of management.
This place is so disorganized! Way too much overtime, no work/life balance. The split has not been good for the company. Takes so long to get something simple done. Very top heavy with too many managers and not enough other staff. Too much favoritism in job advancement. Everyone has the attitude that they are the most important person in the company. Work force is tired and unfriendly.
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Enjoyable
Division Administrator (Current Employee), San Antonio, TXMay 21, 2015
Pros: Flex schedules
Cons: healthcare benefits
Busy day with contracts, visitors, dealing with managements, we are able to enjoy the flex schedule, the relaxed atmosphere in the local office
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Good Company
Network Support Specialist II (Current Employee), Little RockApril 27, 2015
Pros: Good Company
Very Nice Work Environment to work in.Consult with users and evaluate requirements, recommend designs, provide cost analyses, plan projects, and coordinate tasks for installation of data networks.Primary technical contact for critical issues for a global Intranet application. Tasks included resolving technical failures in a timely manner, automating application monitoring tools and providing technical expertise for application upgrades. Prepare technical training and process documentation for team to aid with day-to-day support issues. Analyze and resolve technical problems for established networks. Plan, test, recommend, and implement network, file server, mainframe, and workstation hardware
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Great Work Place!
Network Support Specialist II (Current Employee), Little RockApril 25, 2015
Pros: Great Managers, Coworker
Consult with users and evaluate requirements, recommend designs, provide cost analyses, plan projects, and coordinate tasks for installation of data networks.Primary technical contact for critical issues for a global Intranet application. Tasks included resolving technical failures in a timely manner, automating application monitoring tools and providing technical expertise for application upgrades. Prepare technical training and process documentation for team to aid with day-to-day support issues. Analyze and resolve technical problems for established networks. Plan, test, recommend, and implement network, file server, mainframe, and workstation hardware and software. Serve as technical specialist in network problems and emergencies. Troubleshoot and resolve network production problems.
Assist with critical system outages, software upgrades and capacity planning. Coordinated with business executives, software experts, help desk and data source teams in a 24x7 availability environment.
Conduct technical research on network upgrades and components to determine feasibility, cost, time required, and compatibility with current system. Recommend network solutions for short-, medium-, and long-range network projects. Determine plan layout for new hardware or modifications to existing layout. Work as a team member with other technical staff, such as systems to ensure connectivity and compatibility between systems.
Work with vendors to resolve complex network problems. Maintain confidentiality with regard to the information being processed, stored or accessed by the network.Document network problems and resolutions for future reference. Other duties as assigned.
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Incredible Company
NCM3 Device Operator (Current Employee), McLean, VAApril 23, 2015
This is an all around great company to be a part of, if you get a chance to be employed here you will not regret it, Since most of the work is tied to a contract that will end at some point, the company has a section dedicated to ensuring you stay with the company.
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This is just one business unit
Project Manager (Former Employee), Vienna, VAApril 2, 2015
Pros: Dedicated people
Cons: Ineffective leaders and managers
To few people being asked to champion to many projects. It didn't seem to me that the leaders were able to take decisions in a timely manner. Travel demands far exceeded my desire.
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Great place to start your career
Geospatial Analyst (Current Employee), Springfield, VAApril 1, 2015
Leidos has many jobs in different fields. This is a great place to obtain a clearance and work with the costumer. Moving to other tasks can be tricky though.
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High employee turnover rate
Engineer (Current Employee), Fairfax, VAApril 1, 2015
A high employee turnover rate, the rate at which employees leave a business, can affect the bottom line of businesses of all sizes. Because employees who are satisfied with their jobs generally don't give them up, high turnover is usually indicative of a problem.
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I've had no issues with the company personally. Overall the job and co-workers are some of the best that I could work for.
Senior Geospatial / Intelligence Analyst (Current Employee), St. Louis, MOMarch 31, 2015
Pros: Wonderful position, co-workers, flexible work schedules
Cons: Very little to no professional training
Work hours are dependent on the customer and contract. The time required to work is very flexible. Co-workers are a wonderful group of people to work with.

The company has not provided any additional training though they will reimburse employees up to a certain amount for college classes.

The hardest part of transitiioning from military life to contractor has been pretty hard. Due to contract requirements it is hard to follow all of the rules that are required of the contract. It would be great to have some type of special training for former military that are used to being able to work on numerous different fields and tasks.
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Productive fun workplace.
Logistics Analyst (Current Employee), Abingdon MdMarch 25, 2015
Pros: Relaxed, non-micromanagement atmosphere
Cons: Payscales could use a little revamping
Leidos has carried over most of the old SAIC work atmosphere, but with the new CEO improvements are being made constantly to ensure that Leidos is the best place to work.
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Productive culture
Senior Business Process / QA Analyst (Former Employee), Bethesda, MDMarch 25, 2015
I appreciate the fact that Leidos has a steadfast commitment to integrity and ethical behavior and it shows in our approach to our work every day.
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Overall job experience
Business Manger / Sr. Project Manager (Current Employee), Beavercreek, OhioMarch 23, 2015
Pros: Free coffee, management works closely with employees
Cons: none worth noting
Atmosphere in the workplace makes it a rewarding experience to come to work everyday. Management is respected and company hires very well qualified personnel.

Company works very closely with the U>S> government and is a worldwide enterprise with sales greater than $10B.

I would highly recommend working for this company.

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About Leidos

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Leidos Salaries

Intelligence Analyst
$92,000 per year
Field Service Engineer
$97,600 per year
Systems Administrator
$100,000 per year
Administrator
$57,250 per year
Software Engineer
$80,000 per year