Very Slow paced environment, not for people who get bored quickly
Project Administrator (PA) (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – February 25, 2019
checked emails on arrival, work on deadline driven reports due on a weekly and monthly schedule. Discuss meeting times with other contractors and employees for helping them sign up for new PIV cards. Update records on excel such as mail packages that were sent and received, worked on monitoring the online database that tracked tickets for unsolved solutions. Drafted and delivered memos and reports to the Federal Government. Drafted meeting minute notes. I learned how to multitask and how to work with people through teamwork, how to draft notes for meetings and brainstorm. Management remained professional in the beginning of my work there but grew very unprofessional, rude and formed cliques with favorites in the office(Work place bullying). Work place culture did the same grew nice to not very nice. The hardest part was coming to work everyday since the job was almost 2 hours away from home.
full time employee (Current Employee) – Maryland – March 13, 2019
The project teams work well together, we don't hear much from the other groups or corporate. There seems to be no outreach between groups except once in a while at a big meeting or some training thing.
pay is higher than you'd expect.
no collaboration. onsite teams are on an island, we don't know what's going on at corporate.