FEDITC Employee Reviews

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Relaxed work place
Project Engineer (Current Employee) –  Panama City, FLSeptember 16, 2017
Good place to work. Communication and client relations could be better. It is a small government contractor that serves the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy
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I look foward to work every morning.
Cybersecurity Engineer, USARC (Current Employee) –  Fort Bragg, NCApril 12, 2017
This is a great place to work with wonderful individuals and we all work together to grow and expand our knowledge of all equipment. We doing activities together to build moral within the organization so that no one feels left out. Team leaders are very understanding and work with employees when issues may arise.
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Excellent company
Software Engineer/Remedy Administrator (Current Employee) –  Andrews AFB, MDApril 12, 2017
Excellent company. I would highly recommend FEDITC, LLC. Great benefits, excellent workplace culture and thoroughly enjoyed my job.

Typical day was spent completed assigned tasks.
Pros
Excellent company
Cons
No cons
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work hard
tower hand (Former Employee) –  San Antonio, TXMarch 26, 2016
get up early work all day in dangerous wheather conditions climb cell phone towers ground wires. management was good everyone all worked together well for the most part.. hardest part of job was climbing tower in very cold wheather
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n/a
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short breaks
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Not a good Place
Cyber Security Engineer (Former Employee) –  Fort Bragg, NCJuly 7, 2015
FedITC is the worst possible company I cold have agreed to work for fresh out of the military. They have very bad Program managers, that show favoritism, and are very biased. While I was working there a total of about 15 people either up and quit or resigned. And the only people that were hired back were men. The co-workers are pretty cool, and working with military on a daily basis is a plus. The hardest part of the job is trying to stay positive about going back the next day.
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Work with military
Cons
Program managers
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telecommunication experience
Electrician Apprentice (Former Employee) –  San Antonio, TXApril 21, 2015
learned electrical work and telecommunication aspect. worked 6 to 7 weeks at a time then had a week off . got to see many places and had alot of fun as well...
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electrician apprentice
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Excellent company to become a part of
SR. Configuration Management (Former Employee) –  San Antonio TxNovember 29, 2014
Excellent family feel working environment
Typical day always begin with meetings. Patience is what I learned the most. Management is hands on and available. Co-workers, could not ask for a better group of people. Hardest part is leaving.....lack of funding. Most enjoyable part is seeing my work group
Pros
Great communicators
Cons
Short lived
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