Most mismanaged contract transition in the history of mankind
Potential Employee (Former Employee) – Kearneysville, WV – November 14, 2018
I've been in government contracting for nearly 20 years and have never seen such an unprepared, disorganized, and non communicative group in my life. 5 minute "interviews" to gauge how to staff, and who to staff a contract with is laughable at best, and downright offensive at worst. Allowing people to sit in the balance for weeks especially around the holidays is the polar opposite of how you treat people. There is seemingly no methodology to determine who retains their job and who doesn't. Experience is clearly not a want nor desire, as many are being cast aside whom possess years of experience and a drive to support the contract. But that can't be explained in a 5 minute interview, and it's abundantly clear they only glanced over resumes.
If you have valuable and marketable experience - run to literally anywhere else where they value potential employees as assets, instead of billable resources to make more money for the upper management.