Data Center Operations Technician Specialist (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – November 10, 2017
Friendly Staff but you must be ready to learn fast and jump on your team. Early morning briefing is a must. You must also wait for the next shift to fully take over before you can leave when your shift ends
Service Desk Analyst (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – January 24, 2017
Enjoyed my time with the company, met some great people. The work itself i enjoyed but unfortunately some of the people in Management and lead positions made the environment very uncomfortable for me and many people
Business Process Consultant/Deputy Program Manager (Current Employee) – Quantico, VA – October 28, 2016
While at Phacil I have worn several different hats and have been required to handle several responsibilities not tied to my job description. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the different teams in Florida and at Quantico and feel that those relationships have helped me grow into the person and employee I am today. I do feel that I am underpaid and not always recognized for the job that I do.
Holiday Parties; Quarterly Celebrations; President is amazing!
Service Desk Analyst (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – October 19, 2016
I would be responsible for issuing and maintaining DHS / ICE officers accesses and roles to certain databases and system. I also would assist the Service Desk Analyst with advanced system troubleshooting and would do on-site repairs to in-house machines as needed.
Decent company but stay on top of management regarding your placement
Customer Technical Support Representative (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – June 13, 2016
The company gives decent flexibility to succeed on a project or directly with the company. Mostly a stress free environment with management. Some members of the management team would benefit from interpersonal skills and expanding upon the communication skills with their subordinates.
Lack of urgency and promptness to get important documents submitted in a timely manner.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – May 12, 2016
Since this is a contract outside of Phacil's headquarters, contracted work here on base often goes on with no delegation or attention from upper management. Any supervision or delegation is given by a government employee. Little to no involvement from management until a issue has risen. Too often resources are stretched too thin. Employees are performing a job that should be done by 3 people.
Applications Programmer - Senior (Former Employee) – Redstone Arsenal, AL – April 28, 2016
I experienced conflicting daily work requirements. There appeared to be no loyalty to employees. Helpdesk support was spotty and often low quality. Termination for any or no reason was specified in the employment agreement; and they really meant it.
Education reimbursement benefits, but contingent.
Standard benefits were very slow in being implemented.
Developer (Former Employee) – Scott AFB – July 6, 2015
I worked with this company on a contract for the USDOD. I had been working for this command for some time with other contracts. I get to this one as they tell me they are in need of someone with my skills. I get there and within a month an a half the top management reorganizes the contract so that he can get some heat off from the Government side. So there I go, Last on and First off.