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Productive work place.
Training Developer, Client Solutions Team Member (Former Employee), Fort Lee, VAJanuary 15, 2014
Pros: team brainstorming.
Cons: computer down time.
Ready to engross myself into assigned tasks and see it come together as a finished product. Ability to provide quality service to our clients.
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Good company to work for
Program Analysis III (Former Employee), Arlington, VAMay 17, 2013
CEO and most program managers are great
Co-workers are easy to get along with
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Fun company to work for...lots happy hours!
Administrator/Developer (Former Employee), Fairfax, VAMay 2, 2013
Pros: pay and benifits are good
Cons: contracting company..work depends on contract.
I enjoyed working for Triump. Fun company to work for,,,lots happy hours to meet team members from other contracts.
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It's a great company and I enjoy the work environment and what I do.
TOPS Surge Support (Current Employee), Fort Lee, VADecember 12, 2012
Pros: great pay, great company
Cons: it's only temporary/surge positions i am called in for.
Typical day at work during Exercise Surge events consists of supporting the US Army as they learn the use of the different computer applications and systems while also learning to utilize their resources as a unit. Management is good at providing the surge personnel with the diagram flow of events. Co-workers are great at pitching in and working together – more... as a team to get the exercise start data in the systems. The hardest part of the Job is knowing that these men and women we are training are deploying into harms way and leaving their families behind. The most enjoyable part of the job is working along side these men and women and teaching them how to operate the different systems while also getting to know them as individuals. – less