Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 20, 2015
Good company for satellite Systems Engineering. Unfortunately there is an obsession with odd mandatory rules such as reporting four hour days, backups of computers, and training. If you don't follow the rules, your manager's managers will get notified...
company that hires in anticipation of large contract wins
Corporate Engineer (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 15, 2014
Good work environment but lots of RIFs due to fully hiring for a project and then forced to let those folks go -- resulting in layoffs of very talented people who have had their program cancelled or the win goes to a competitor.
good work environment, clear goals for each major development
inappropriate hiring practices, hiring way too many people before contract is secured
Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Los Angeles – April 8, 2014
The company has the potential to be a good place to work, however, the culture there breeds contempt because of the bigotry of certain members of upper management. Once they decide they want you out, they won't miss an opportunity to stoop to all new lows to sabotage you and push you out. They are a nightmare. If you got out, consider yourself lucky... and don't look back.
Wideband Satellite Communications Specialist (Former Employee) – Ft Meade; Hanover, MD – March 17, 2014
The work environment is based on individually paced and developed inputs to a closely coordinated team. Project development and progress is based on adhoc and scheduled collaboration between team members. Project progress is tracked in high level brieffings developed in a collabratory effort that has to reflect the scope of team member perspectives and project objectives.
cooperative, liberal and understanding management.
work availability depends on government assigned contracts.