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What is the most stressful part about working at ICF?


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We are a fast-paced company and proposal season may be stressful for some.

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Working on a contract with some Federal staff that are unqualified to hold the positions of responsibility that they have.

Answered - Senior Project Manager (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Waiting to be fired about something, anything, and stuff you were not even told. Aside from that, if you're actually told, maybe the performance quote being met. It's a little high even for people who can process applications with familiarity, but don't expect to have enough time to get fast enough before possibly being fired for it. I have seen someone process the same application program at half the speed as someone else, amongst other issues, and the faster processer was fired for performance because it dropped by about 10 applications than usual on ONE day.

Answered - Application Processor (Former Employee) - Martinsville, VA

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These computer are portable microcomputer


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I didn't find anything stressful about working for ICF.

Answered - Senior Manager (Current Employee) - Washington City, DC

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The job was pretty much 24/7.

Answered - Managing Editor, "Children's Bureau Express" (Current Employee) - Fairfax, VA

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