TASC

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TASC is a great place to work.
Communications Engineer (Former Employee), Chantilly Va.July 22, 2015
Pros: Great opportunities for both management staff and engineering staff employees.
Cons: No Cons of importance to note.
TASC has been a wonderful place to work. TASC has a superior upper management that enables employees the opportunities to work at various Government facilities and participate in projects of great national importance. Simply put, Tasc is a great place to work for both the new graduates, for mid-career engineers or as members of its senior staff.
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good people
Senior Systems Analyst (Former Employee), Chantilly, VAJuly 21, 2015
Decent people to work with and supportive management. Enjoyed working with a variety of people from different companies. Hard to balance home life with work life. Tried to work part-time, but part-time hours starting growing into full-time hours.

The company was brought into Northrup-Grummon while I was there. Did not like the change in personal time and other modifications to my benefits.
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Great workplace
Executive Assistant to the CEO (Former Employee), Chantilly, VAJuly 11, 2015
Cons: healthcare
Great place to work. Management was very open to new ideas. Good reimbursement for college and open to telecommuting. Not sure how they are now they are owned by engility
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Was a great company
Facility Security Officer (Current Employee), Andover, MAJune 30, 2015
I enjoyed my time at TASC. I was given many unique and interesting opportunities as an employee.

I believe the people of TASC are the reason they excelled and the most enjoyable part of my job.
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Successful resource in the community
Case Manager I (Former Employee), Chicago, ILJune 12, 2015
Pros: Able to move around and set schedule
Cons: People who try to interfere with your success.
Going out to see clients that had recently been released from prison to offer resources that would assist in them getting their lives back on track. I learned that because clients have been incarcerated, they may or may not be ready for change in their lives, and you can tell who is interested by the way they follow-up with you and keep their appointments. The managers were okay. The hardest part of the job is getting a client to see the importance of keeping their appointments and the most enjoyable part of the job was moving around and attending resource meetings.
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Poor
SUBCONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR 5 (Former Employee), Annapolis Junction, MDJune 9, 2015
Has gone down hill since being acquired by Engility. Used to be a good place to work with opportunities to advance. Now it is full of managers and no senior people to do the actual work.
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Working through growing pains
Program Manager (Former Employee), San Diego, CAJune 2, 2015
Pros: Mostly good people of high caliber
Cons: Upper management has made some critical errors leading to lost contracts recently
Company separated from Northrop Grumman in late 2009 and has struggled to find its footing in the Government Services Industry. Been through many reorganizations and benefits have been sharply reduced each year. Corporate focus and experience in the Intelligence community has hurt their attempts to expend in the Defense Industry.
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If you like working by yourself you'll love this job.
Title #3rd Party Administrator (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MNMay 31, 2015
Pros: they were always celebrating something so there was free lunches
Cons: the company only want people to work for them during their peak season then they lay you off.
A typical day clock in on time participants are calling about their employee benefits, whether it is their Flex Spending accts, Direct Pay, COBRA or just having problems with logging on the system. You don't have time to talk with co-workers unless you're on break or lunch.
My co-workers were awesome. The hardest part of the job would be some participants would want you to do miracles such as if there was a deadline or their info wasn't submitted in a timely manner they wouldn't receive their money, they still want their money and that would be the time you would get yelled and screamed at.
Other than that I enjoy working with people customer service great you have to be a great listener and adapt to each individual to help each individual's needs.
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Good
Care Manager (Former Employee), NCMay 26, 2015
Working for company was great starting point for my career. I enjoyed the extensive training that I received. I was able to learn alot of new skills while working for this company.
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Large work load but staff is supportive
Recovery Coach (Former Employee), Chicago, ILMay 22, 2015
Pros: Being outside
Cons: Mother lost of her children
Long and lots of driving. How to better get around the city and suburbs. That a mother love did not matter if drugs were involved in the equation when dealing with DCFS. My co-workers were always will to give information. the hardest part of the jobs was when a mother lost custody of her children. See a family reunited,
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Loved it
Community Service Specialist (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZMay 11, 2015
TASC was rewarding working for the At Risk program for youth. Loved the flexibility of hours and assisting with casework and writing programs for youth to follow i order to complete probation. Hated it ended. We were on a grant fund.
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Professional and Collaborative Work Enivironment
Principal Systems Engineer (Former Employee), Chantilly, VAApril 19, 2015
Opportunities to collaborate with coworkers and FSW developers. Enjoyed establishing trust with developers adding assurance through NASA IV&V analytic techniques.
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Was a newly formed company, practices not mature.
Senior Proposal Graphic Artist (Former Employee), Arlington VAApril 13, 2015
Pros: none
Cons: Immature work environment
The company was newly formed when I worked there, lacked mature staff and lacked decisive guidance from management. Management philosophy was shoot first then aim.
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Great company
Lead Property Book Administrator (Former Employee), Indian Head, MDApril 3, 2015
TASC is a very good company to work for. They have great benefits and their managers are extremely good at what they do and flexible.
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productive
cusomer service rep (Former Employee), remoteMarch 24, 2015
Pros: remote
Cons: growth
I enjoyed this job because of the customers. internally there is lack of communication. no opportunity for growth even if your work ethic is amazing
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Decent enough money, but not a family oriented company
Medicaid Enrollment Specialist (Current Employee), Chicago, ILFebruary 26, 2015
The hardest part of the job is the odor from the detainees. Easiest part is going home at the end of the shift. Management is clueless about a typical day of work and how hard it is to remain sane.
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Program Analyst III (Current Employee), Washington DCFebruary 26, 2015
Pros: work/life balance
Cons: not much advancement; lack of encouragement for growth
The work/life balance is good since the employees have the flexibility to work from home when necessary. However, in my opinion there is a lack of encouragement for growth among management to the staff.
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Communicative professional company
Multi Source Support Specialist, SME (Current Employee), MarylandFebruary 12, 2015
Pros: phenomenal education benefits
Management leans towards transparency and has a vested interested in developing employees professionally. Offers both the incentive and tools to grow within the company and personally.
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Exceptional
Budget Analyst (Current Employee), Springfield, VAFebruary 11, 2015
Great company .... good mentor process and structure. Excellent with health care, benefits, programs, tuition reimbursement ..
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Drug testing/case management facility that helps people in trouble for drugs.
Diversion Case Manager (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZFebruary 9, 2015
Pros: all major holidays off, bonuses @ christmas, very flexible with time off requests
Cons: no room for advancement, poor follow-up on complaints, staff oriented employment
TASC, Inc. is a non-profit organization that helps those with drug offenses and drug addictions.
TASC enrolls clients in its program every day. The clients come in for drug testing & counseling. The referrals are sent from court such as Probation, AZ Department of Corrections, Child Custody, Drug Court, CPS, etc.
With the experinces here, I have learned to be a case manager, work on court ordered files, create new programs, and help those in need to get off drugs.
The management is very understadning & caring, but has bad follow-up with interoffice issues.
The range of workers go from customer service technicians, lab technicians, accounting, case managers, court liaisons, and clinicians.
The hardest part of the job is hearing a client (whether former or current) has passed away due to their drug issues.
The most enjoyable part is hearing clients thank you for helping them get over theirs demons.
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Headquarters
Chantilly, VA
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1,001 to 5,000
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