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What PTO hours do you get?
How many days a year off and such.

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12 holiday and 2 personal holiday a year. PTO is earned per pay and works out to about 19 days a year..Sick/and Reg Leave goes together as "comprehensive leave" and is earned as you accrue hours.

Answered - Smart Systems Administrator (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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I think there's 15 days per year but I could be wrong.

Answered - Sr. System Administrator (Current Employee) - Santa Ana, CA

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Holidays and vacation. A total of 19 days a year.

Answered - Operations / Infrastructure Manager (Former Employee) - Kansas City, MO

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You accrue about 8 hours of PTO every month. you also get about 8 or 9 holidays off. And 2 floating holidays.

Answered - Help Desk Support Specialist (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA

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10 days a year to begin, goes up five days after every five years.

Answered - Web Design Analyst (Current Employee) - San Diego, CA

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I received 80 hours off per year. Typically, that sums up to be an entire week. I really enjoyed working for the company; I loved the employees, it was like a big family. SAIC really believe in mobility and ensures that all of their employees have the best of the best.

Answered - Human Resources Generalist (Former Employee) - McLean, VA

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PTO - 5 weeks. You will receive 10 paid holidays.

Answered - Communications Engineer (Current Employee) - Maryland

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There was no pto given even though I was there for several months

Answered - Aviation Analyst (Current Employee) - Washington City, DC

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12 holidays
5 vacation days
8 sick days

Answered - Technical Management Support Specialist (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA 92110

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3 weeks a year Vacation
Thanks Giving
Christmas

Answered - Security Analyst (Former Employee) - College Park, MD

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