Configuration Management Lead (Current Employee) – Scott AFB, IL – April 18, 2018
Work at this facility can be difficult at time as the government entities often times have agendas that do not align with industry best standards. This makes work difficult at times as I want to do the best work possible to support our government.
Regional Site Manager (Current Employee) – Woodlawn Md. – April 15, 2018
Have been with Leidos (Lockheed Martin transition) for 24 years. These have been the best time of my working career bar none. I love the freedom that is afforded to me to perform my job to the best that I can. The diversity of the employees is a great thing also.
Computer Tech Support Analyst (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – April 12, 2018
It is basically the same as working for Lockheed Martin. Especially since LM merged their IS & GS division with Leidos. We had the same great group of colleagues. Unfortunately, Leidos failed to win the government bid for the Desktop Support contract.
Not everyone pulls their own weight. Benefits were terrible, not enough pay or time off. Personal Time and Vacation time were lumped into the same basket of 9 days per year. Not every employee was funded for the full work year.
Facility Manager Senior (Current Employee) – Prescott Valley, AZ – April 5, 2018
Daily rounds of data gathering and uploading from critical equipment. Interaction with Management and Staff to remedy any operational issues as they arise. Word closely with Information Technologies Technician to ensure smooth Data provisions.
LINUX & Windows System Administrator (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 4, 2018
The company was great but we had very few people in my field which resulted in a mountain of work that could get done but not in ample enough time. Management said they understood but was not proactive in hiring more people.
as network engineer i got lot of exposure to different technologies while in this position.
Senior network engineer (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – April 4, 2018
at leidos I was working on the FAMS contract and was the network engineer responsible for FAMS network. did all the work on routers switches firewalls to keep the network operational. management was good and it was a great place to work.
Network Engineer Sr (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – March 26, 2018
Work was a 8 hours shift with weekend overtime if required. Network topology was a key learning point. Management was above average in all areas. All workers provided teamwork and no conflicts. The largest challenge of the job was working to ensure user needs are met. Most enjoyable part of the work was the environment
Deputy Call Center Manager (Current Employee) – Trevose, PA – March 20, 2018
It is a good place to work at. You have advantages to move around. Travel is also a mandatory practice if you have moved around on the contract. Work life balance can be handled. You just have to stand firm on it