District of Columbia
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About the company

  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Rating overview

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Supervisor IT in Washington, DC
on March 1, 2021
DC Government is a large organization with various functions, work environments, and operations. With that comes levels of work comfort, satisfaction, and growth. For me, I worked in a group that operated well and inspired. There is politics and redtape, but upper management handled that so I was free to do my job.
Office of the Chief Financial Officer in Washington, DC
on October 14, 2020
Horrible atmosphere, racial insensitive managers lie on subordinates to save their butts. The then manager believed anything his deputy said. He also lied to another colleague about her promotional potential. His deputy was racist and saw to it that Caucasian employees were forced out. Reverse discrimination was the norm. Absolutely the worst employer I worked with.
Senior Program and Senior Project Manager in Washington, DC
on February 25, 2020
Fast Pace and Rewarding. Great city to work and see the world in one place. It 's the center of the news in the USA and lots of great places to find good food.
Management Analyst in 55 M St SE Washington DC
on February 17, 2020
Meetings are plentiful and take away from productivity and learning. I learned the service operation, preparing agreement documentation and spending plans for operating and capital projects. The hardest part is having to learn the job responsibilities extremely fast while they are constantly changing. The most enjoyable part is meeting new people.
Management Analyst in District of Columbia
on January 31, 2020
Nothing from the normal stress of a local government career. Typical day required putting out fires. There is a lot of room to give opinions and solutions.

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Interview insights

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Interview is average
Process takes about a month

Interview Questions

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Shared on November 6, 2019

What made me interested in pursuing employment with the District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General as opposed to seeking employment in the private sector at a major law firm like my previous employer?

Shared on June 8, 2017

What made me interested in pursuing employment with the District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General as opposed to seeking employment in the private sector at a major law firm like my previous employer?

Shared on June 8, 2017

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