Corporate Not Interact with Personnel at Client Site
Principal Consultant (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – May 22, 2018
Personnel at local Client sites left to their own devices and face the demons of Corporate even when assistance had been sought but never obtained. We talking less than 20 miles between client site but rare visits occurred. Teleconferences but an in person appearance from people based at Corporate speaks volumes to the client(s). Working with the client itself was rewarding despite constant changing of the organization.
Program Manager, Governance and Project Support (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – September 30, 2017
Not a bad company in many ways but not managing the transition from small business to large very well. Leaving because of the contract environment and other factors, not specifically because of the company.
Analyst Programmer (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 31, 2017
A typical workday - More than 12 hours What I learned - How to save tasks/contracts/jobs for people Management - Supportive and over extended Workplace Culture - Good Hardest Part of Job - Trying to do all the things that were needed with limited hours....three full-time jobs and only so many hours to get everything done Most Enjoyable part of the job: the coworkers who also cared about making a difference
The corporate office in Fairfax is a great place to work. The IT support is beyond excellent.
working so many hours to fulfill contract requirements that you work yourself to death
Project Manager, VA Mobile Application Program (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – March 27, 2017
This is a good place to grow and learn. The company is willing to invest in the right employee. Growth is difficult and self managed. It's a good company to work for if you like to advance your career.
Technical Lead, Architect, .NET Developer (Former Employee) – Hines, IL – July 10, 2016
I really like the people at Technatomy and believe it has a chance to become a premiere provider of Government Solutions. Rough spots are Project Managers not as skilled as would expect, the red tape to get setup to develop in the Government's environment.
Nice people, company continues to grow
Project Managers a bit weak and hard to work with Government
Project Analyst (Current Employee) – Rosslyn, VA – December 15, 2013
Due to the lack of direction from government clients, people are continually moved around and goals continually changed. Most people are friendly, however sometimes information isn't exchanged when it could benefit all parties involved. I've learned a great deal about the job I do, however, you must plot your own course for development because management doesn't offer much in that area. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people and the hardest part of the job is stagnating in a position, the lack of development, and not having assigned seating.
Good people and relative independence
Lack of direction, lack of professional development, and uncertainty regarding course of projects