Solid Company with People-Centered Executive Management
Contracts Administrator (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 30, 2017
I had an overall positive experience at LS Technologies. Some of the friendliest and professional people I've had the privilege to work with in every department. There is an extremely heavy workload for some of the people that work there but not prevalent throughout the entire organization. Unique place to work for in a niche Government market. If they are able to fix a few small holes, it would be an amazing company.
HR Department, Executive managers who care, company social activities
Work life balance of key positions, clear picture of career advancement
Senior Project Manager (Contract) (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA 22031 – May 9, 2017
Attended Seattle City University completing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Technology with specialties in Systems Development and Management Program Planning. My grades placed me on the Dean’s List all four consecutive semesters achieving a Grade Point Average of 3.6 while completing the four year degree in an eighteen month period.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 8, 2016
Co-workers nice, easy going, not a stressful job, holidays off, Working for a federal contracting company sometimes mean furloughs due to the government shutting down and not being paid for those days/weeks off, no promotional growth within the company.
Co-workers nice, easy going, not a stressful job, holidays off
Working for a federal contracting company sometimes mean furloughs, due to the government shutting down for days/weeks, not being paid, no promotional growth within the company.
Field Tech (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – January 7, 2016
When wondering about this company, understand that they are entrenched with several agencies, and will do anything to keep their relationships going. The employees have a terribly low priority, unless you're on the board of directors, or are a VP. There's in-fighting, and unethical behavior. Employees operate out of their scope, trampling on other employees if their friends with upper management. Think twice, and steer clear.
Job is ok if you live close by, fellow contractors fun-good
Sr Realty Spc (Former Employee) – ATL – June 3, 2015
As a real estate contractor for FAA, Atlanta, you will do the same duties as a regular FAA real estate employee which includes using all (6-8) of the logistics acquisition-tracking software, performing simple, as well as, complicated land acquisition duties or functions. The actual job has pros and cons. You will be stuck in a cube for 8-hrs a day no chance of telework or getting out of office, but you have flex schedules and RDO's. Most of the FAA employees are great however the ones that have issues with contractor support at times, will often remind you of your status subtly or talk down to you. FAA has little formal training you when you first get there. You will have a few computer based training opportunities, but software training won't teach you the formal processes of completing a task. You will be in limbo for months while trying to learn the systems. Also, the pay is not that good for the job or acquisition duties that you are doing. Don't live more than 30min drive away. Traffic not good there. Good luck.
Consultant (Senior Systems Analyst) (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 25, 2013
Hundreds of data elements were compared to identify, communicate, and resolve differences in preparation for consolidation of databases. Knowledge of software, industry, and analysis tools key to being successful in this role. Ability to learn new tools quickly was also important. Frequently changing priorities and aggressive deadlines made this a challenge for the team, but client satisfaction was high.
LST is a good contracting firm. I have been with them for several years.
Project Manager/LST Program Manager (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – February 2, 2013
The most enjoyable part of the job is we are contributing to the CONUS air safety. We provide operation weather information to airline companies and general aviation pilots. The hardest part of the job is understanding the government issues. We installed and are in the process of upgrading the web sites to an object oriented framework. I was responsible for hiring most of the web developers. They are exceptionally good technical people. Managing qualified motivated people is very rewarding. A typical day is concerned with managing the priority projects, addressing any fires and developing more software.
good company with good benefits and competative salary.
only contract with government agencies and government is cutting back.