Investigator (Current Employee) – California – January 11, 2019
First, I have to say I am thankful to have this job. It is flexible, set 40 hours a week, I make my own schedule, and it has great benefits, and there is room for improvement. I just think for all the work we do, we need to get paid more. It is unlikely to get a pay raise, unless we meet certain demands in the work environment. I feel like I am overly qualified for this job and they seem to keep pushing us, no matter how hard we work, and sometimes feel devalued as an employee.
Internship (Former Employee) – Fort Collins – January 12, 2019
Great to get GIS experience then get out the door, poor management, not all that helpful in maritime, by the time I moved upstairs I was burnt out from the lack of feedback and help I got downstairs, manager was a little prejudice towards temp workers. Tedious work, but again great for getting your foot in the door. Workplace culture was a lot of gossip but when I moved upstairs I found coworkers to be friendly and very helpful and finally made a connection. Just wasn't for me.
A typical work day at CACI is at times stressful, but what job isn't. I believe the management genuinely cares about their employees and their opinions in regard to the job. The hardest part of the job is, at times, upper management will forget we are human; at times they expect too much. The most enjoyable part of the job is making your own, schedule and working from home. CACI is a good place to work. However, so many other companies are paying a higher salary for the same job, and I believe if CACI doesn't step up, they have the potential to lose good employees.
Infrastructure/Systems Administration T3 (Current Employee) – Crestview, FL – January 4, 2019
I currently have the opportunity to work from home on the government contract. They offer a lot of benefits and incentives through the company. They provide room for growth and options for additional training.
Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – January 4, 2019
• Executed systems planning, business information analysis and process improvement initiatives. • Support staff and end user with resolution of systems issues, malfunctions or software programming problems. • Managed full hardware development planning process including the design of specifications, diagrams, techniques and strategies.
The client(s) that we support at DOJ are mostly plesant and easy to get along with.
D.C. Senior Paralegal (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – December 27, 2018
The typical work day is very structured due to the Rules of Civil Procedures in the Tax Division at DOJ which governs the majority of our work. We are currently dealing with a backlog of cases that are between 3-5 years old. There is an in-depth review of the each case and we have to analyze all the financial details in our discovery process in order to move forward with the case with our collection efforts or we make the recommendations to send the case back to the trial section for further handling because there is no assets from which collections can be taken to reduce down the taxpayer(s) outstanding debt liabilities.
Health care benefits are excellent
There needs to be a separation between sick leave and vacation leave.
Background Investigator I (Current Employee) – Texas – December 26, 2018
Requirements to promote do not line up with promises made during initial training. It seems the promotion program is set up so that very few promote. Yet, you are told false expectations of a timeframe in which promoting is possible/expected.
Information Systems Security Officer (Former Employee) – O'ahu, HI – December 26, 2018
i loved my job but the contract ran out of money, CACI found me another job. It was cool as well but, then the military had my husband transfer short notice and they could not find me employment at that time. I loved CACI but, I could not find employment with them at my current location.
IT Manager (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – December 26, 2018
CACI lost contract I was working on four months into project due to poor performance. I am sure they have other contracts where they do very well. They have many contracts, they simply mishandled the one I was on.
Electronic Assembler/Technician (Former Employee) – Maryland – December 24, 2018
very good place to work and train lot Electrical Assembly Technician (Former Employee), Maryland – December 24, 2018 Pros: very good place to workCons: none good company to work and employer help if needed coed work do help steadied work received lot of training Management come ask us anything we need wok place is very friendly. typical work day is very long. the hardest part day i had train a lot
Less unneeded activities, concentrate to make custom task complete. Business oriented cultures. There are offer for company stocks. Tax deferred saving plan which keep employers to remain in the company.
Hardware Maintenance (Former Employee) – Lawton, OK – December 17, 2018
CACI is a decent place to work. Benefits are ok over all and they are working to try and make them better. Not much else to say really. May be in the future if the offer is right I will go back to work for them.
Senior Program Manager (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – December 14, 2018
Not big enough to do really cool engineering associated with big dollar government work. Not small enough to be innovative. Their best bet is to get bought by a "big" in the ongoing defense industry consolidation. C-Suite is unimpressive.