Building Support Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Huachuca, AZ – July 9, 2015
Pros: Team concept
Cons: None really
A typical day was stress free, learned to put together different configurations of rooms depending on the exercise going on at the time, the management was good at getting information in time so there was enough time to actually complete projects without all the rush and stress. Everyone worked together as a team to complete work assignments.
Receptionist/Switchboard Operator II (Current Employee), Falls Church, VA – July 6, 2015
Pros: People and family oriented
1. Very busy all the time. 2. How to do different things 3. Very understanding 4. Helpful 5. When visitors comes and you cannot locate their contacts 6. When they have random gatherings for employees which includes free lunches sometimes
Program Manager (Current Employee), Herndon, VA – June 25, 2015
Typical day is customer focused with internal management of; the contract, the schedule, project initiation, cost and budget management, procurement management, property management and employee management.
Property Management Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Hood, TX – June 18, 2015
Pros: all my co-workers were very trustable
Cons: company not keeping government contract
very enjoyable working with the customers how to be a better supervisor management very supportive my co-workers very knowledgeable of what they do wait for the material to arrive on time work with everybody
Primarily a US Government contractor who provides highly skilled, cleared personnel to customers needing security cleared personnel.
Principal Senior Systems Engineer (Former Employee), Herndon, VA – June 12, 2015
A typical day was completed usually at a customer's workplace or site completing customer requirements. Jobs were extremely technical in nature. Job satisfaction was higher than most places I have worked due to the fact that your efforts were recognized by the intelligence space as necessary for the country's safety.
Engineer Tech 1 (Former Employee), Fort Hood, TX – May 14, 2015
Served as an assistant operator working under close supervision, performing numerous tasks under senior operator’s work. ? Performed detailed written and oral guidance before and during assignments. ? Reassigned equipment in order to work around faulty equipment and/or transfer channels. ? Worked closely with the military in the BDOC (Base Defense Operations Center).
Senior Network Engineer (Current Employee), Washington, DC – May 13, 2015
Takes care of there people and makes sure we stay focused and aggressive in our career. Job security is also good. My coworkers are awesome and management provides opportunity for on the job training and remote training.