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Interesting place to work....
Primary Program Assistant (Current Employee), Washington, DCMarch 23, 2015
Pros: great place to meet people from different countries.
Cons: unless you're foreign service or a vet, it's not very beneficial for civilians any more.
I've been working at this Agency since 1987. In the beginning, this was a fascinating place to work at. Opportunities and Compensation for a job well done was recognized. Like everything these days, change has entered and it's more political and based on the private sector rather than by OPM guidelines.
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contracts legal review
Office of the General Counsel, Legal Intern (Former Employee), Washington, DCJuly 17, 2013
involved legal review all contracts and administration of all cost
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Very excting and competitive workplace.
Program Analyst (Former Employee), Washington, DCMay 10, 2012
Pros: helping the under developed countries of america
A typical day at work was meeting the budget requirements that were legislatively mandated by the U.S. Congress. Over the course of 29 years, I learned a variety of skills that allowed me to avance to – more... the top of the "glass ceiling" for african american women.

Management was the hardest part of the job, with adapting to various management styles and most important, the competitive life-styles of the many individuals trying to reach the top. I worked with a group of wonderful people,and supervised 9 very strong diverse program analyst, who became my family away from family. I got the utmost respect from my staff, which in turn my my job very easy.

I can't pinpoint any part of the job that was hard, only trying to meet the many changing deadlines that were required to meet the goals of the agency. I enjoyed working with the people and the different regions the agency supported.

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