Working for NCI Information Systems was a good experience. Management cares about their employees, and they pay a fair wage.
Principal Graphics Specialist (Former Employee) – Oak Ridge, TN – 4 December 2015
Managers listen to their employees, and respond to employee input. They pay a fair wage, and encourage their employees to acquire ongoing training and development. They paid for the training. I had a very good experience working for them.
Management listened to their employees; and respected their input.
Great people to work for. Enjoyed going to work there
Electronic Order Coordinator (Former Employee) – Springfield VA – 25 November 2015
Performed Customer Service tasks for PEO Soldier warehouses and 40 Central Issue Facilities (CIF). Managed E-Order database for 171 E-Order web user accounts. Review and monitor approximately 11,000 orders submitted annually to include their shortage items to ensure timely delivery using Management Software. Ensued all orders placed were in accordance with Army regulations. Approved or disapproved the placement of the order and contacted the appropriate persons concerning all order discrepancies. Established new E-Order operations and provide software training at CIFs worldwide. Conducted annual certification training at over 20 locations on new Army equipment. Resolve problems and make the appropriate decisions to prevent interruption of services to customers.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – 22 November 2015
They make efforts to be a reasonably nice company in which to work. Probably considered a medium sized company with people working across the United States and some over seas. They have a couple of main social events, and several smaller ones throughout the year. Most of their social events tend to focus around the head quarters in Reston, VA. Their benefits fall in line with other companies their size.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Scottsboro, AL – 13 November 2015
It was doing the same thing everyday come in and operate a break press. How to operate a die press. Management was good. Co-workers were great. Just making sure everything consistly ran smooth. Seeing all the people I worked with.
Medical Records Technician (Former Employee) – Henrico, VA – 25 July 2015
After taking a month for the background check finally told when to come in for my 1st day. No training, Very negative work zone to work in. Too strict on making any kind of mistake. Prejudice co-workers very stressful environment. Would not recommend this job for anyone.
NEC Service Desk Technician (Former Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – 25 July 2015
I loved working there. Everyone worked together and helped one another. Sadly the contract was awarded to them as lowest bidder this time. This resulted in my position being terminated. I would still work there if I could. I will be applying for other positions with them.
full benefits, team works together, promotes self improvement
Customer Service/Collections CSR (Former Employee) – endicott ny – 6 July 2015
Not a nice place to work . Very abusive to employees. It is a revolving door company. Dead end Job. No sick days sit for hours and must do everything in your 15 min break ie bathroom, mental health, snack, business or else you are penalized
free coffee and tea
sit for hours and most do everything in your 15 min break ie bathroom, mental health, snack, business or else you are penalized
IT Program Manager (Former Employee) – Sierra Vista, AZ – 23 June 2015
This company is based out of Washington D.C. and contracts it's services out to various military locations. They under bid the contracts and in-turn have to lay people off and under pay employees. No job security at all with this company.
call center rep (Former Employee) – Endicott NY – 11 June 2015
This company constantly requested that reps make up time for days that the company gave us off, overly strict punishment for the smallest mistakes, required call time or less for phone calls which means you cant properly help customers when they call in but the company requires that you assist them to the fullest which means you'll be on the phone with a customer longer than they want you to be...also company has tried to take back money from its employees that was given to them from holiday pay.
fellow call center reps are nice people
many, including management and the company as a whole
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Binghamton, NY – 5 June 2015
The training program was very good and prepared you for working on the phones with customers. I really enjoyed my job as a customer service rep doing connections and disconnections for National Grid customers.