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Good research environment to work
Senior Postdoctoral Fellow (Former Employee), Frederick, MDJanuary 14, 2015
Worked at Frederick, MD branch. Nice working environment and provides shuttles to main campus in Bethesda, MD. Benefits are also good.
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Great environment
Helpdesk Manager and Operations Analyst (Former Employee), Washington, DCJanuary 6, 2015
Loved all of co workers and upper management. Great work environment. Con is wish they gave us money towards transportation or parking
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Client is good to work for, but NCI is very poor at people and resource management
Systems Engineer (Former Employee), Sierra Vista, AZJanuary 5, 2015
Pros: most of the employees get along very well because they have the same compaint: the company.
Cons: poor personnel management, poor and getting worse salaries
The company will do anything to ensure a very very low bid on a contract. Their favorite seems to be cutting employee salaries and then hiring others who are not technically qualified for the positions. The client appears to have very little control over what NCI gives them as far as product. No noticeable company standards.
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Good Company
Inventory Management Supervisor (Former Employee), Peterson AFB, COJanuary 5, 2015
Worked as an Inventory Manager converting ADPE accounts from Government Civilians to Contractors. In the process of doing this, I learned how to image drives, and set computers up for users by assisting other team members when they needed it.
The benefits were not that great. It was a temporary position but I had hope to be hired permanently.
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Lots of work out of town.
Level 2 Technician (Former Employee), Buford, GAJanuary 2, 2015
Pros: lots of work, good people, and decent pay
Cons: always away from home for long periods of time, nights, crazy shifts.
Voice and data for Wal-Mart. new stores and remodels. Gained lots of experience working on my own. Management was helpful when you needed it. hardest part was being away from home.
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Avoid at all Cost
Information Technology (IT) Support (Former Employee), Rome, NYDecember 26, 2014
Pros: paycheck every two weeks
Cons: everything
Even by DoD contractor standards, this is about as bad as it gets. Pay bands are among the worst in the industry, along with abysmal benefits, health care, 401K, and absolutely ZERO training dollars. Train yourself at your own expense, or be dumped on the curb.

The management culture was the worst I've ever worked at- the Program Manager had very little (to no) management experience before getting the PM job, and treated everyone as sub-human, almost "factory" workers (keep in mind this was an IT shop). She would verbally yell and abuse employees in the "pit", where all the IT staff worked, where everyone could see and hear her. She mocked them, used derogatory and threatening language, and nobody in management would believe the warnings about her abusive behavior.

Avoid at all costs - it's a death trap, and a career trap. Some of the team leads were absolutely psycho, although I heard they were "re-assigned" from lead roles after I left (they should have been fired, based on their attitudes, turf-protecting attitudes, abuse and general incompetence).
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Horrible Place to work.
Machine Operator (Former Employee), TNNovember 11, 2014
Pros: benifits, working with some really cool people
Cons: its not worth it
Highly unsafe, unmotivating, dramatic, hostile work enviroment. No room for advancement. Employees are treated with little to no respect. everything was always broke, and was down for months at a time causeing unsafe short cuts. Managers are liars and cutthroats, have little regard foor there employees. no time at home. was promised raise after 90days never seen it.
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Government contract position
Production Control Specialist (Former Employee), Arlington, VAOctober 20, 2014
Processing personnel data for Army National Guard. Good co-workers, mix of military, gov't. civilians and other contractors. Management guidelines set by military.
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flexible hours,
satallite technician (Former Employee), Sparta, TNOctober 14, 2014
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: no health care
site surverys, customer relations, satellite installations, technical support
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Nice place
CAble Tech (Former Employee), all over the countryOctober 11, 2014
This is a nice place to work.
Just have to travel too much and when you have to do it on your own vehicle is just not good
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It may not be for everyone but it's for anyone.
MS System Center Configuration Manager Engineer (Current Employee), Randolph AFB, TXOctober 1, 2014
Air Force isn't looking for what you are as a civilian but what you can be as a person. The Air Force wants the best and they get the best. Come with you game face on and ready to make a positive difference in you life or the life your willing to sacrifice for.
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Network Administrator
Network Adminitrator (Former Employee), Sierra Vista, AZSeptember 28, 2014
Setup both Windows and Linux servers. Setup VMWare servers. Established Exchange servers. Patched and upgraded any servers as needed. Wrote VB scripts to gather data from the network.
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job is ok
Call Center Representative (Current Employee), Endicott, NYSeptember 23, 2014
work is ok if you stay on the phones once it dies down you have to talk to your nabors you cant do anything else.
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Intense, last minute , military
Systems Administrator II (Former Employee), FT. Bragg NCSeptember 21, 2014
Pros: flexible hours, good enviroment
Cons: contract
Manage DFS/Share Drive and permissions, Manage AD (create, delete,modify,deploy and undeploy 40k users), GPO Management, exchange 2007, VMWare Administrator (supporting 200 servers emc2, brocade).
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Systems Engineer II (Current Employee), Lackland AFB, TXAugust 19, 2014
Management treats their employees like people and with respect.
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Interaction with a wide range of people
New Equipment Instructor (Former Employee), Prince George, VAJuly 17, 2014
Pros: traveling to new places
Cons: this job was under a government contract
My work day would start at 8:00am daily. I would log onto my government laptop and check any emails received while I was logged off. This would include policy changes and any new assignments for travel. The job required 75% travel all over the U.S and overseas.
If in the office, class would begin at 9 o'clock and we would go over equipment to be trained on upcoming missions or new equipment. When traveling. we would instruct military personnel on equipment related to soldier protection.
My co-workers were exciting to work with. Since 34 out of 36 instructors were retired military, the workday was always exciting and filled with challenges. The hardest part was long stays away from home and the most enjoyable part was giving soldiers the necessary training to survive in combat.
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Great place to work
Senior Fielding Analyst (Former Employee), Hattiesburg, MSJuly 13, 2014
Pros: great pay
Cons: long hours
In-processing soldiers
issue equipment to soldiers
fitting soldiers for equipment
training soldiers on equipment
out processing soldiers

I learned how to deal and talk to soldiers among other people

Hardest thing was to work long extensive hours

Most enjoyable part was dealing with soldiers and people by helping them with problems
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Great team to work with
Quality Assurance Engineer (Former Employee), Reston VAJuly 2, 2014
• Track and provide reports on Traceability metrics (RTM), testing activities including testing results, test case coverage, defect reporting and defect tracking to QA Manager and business owner.
• Log, analyze and report test results to development.
• Collaborate with developers to ensure all quality standards were implemented.
• Test software enhancements and defect fixes for software releases, patches and requirement updates.
• Verify and validate that test results support the functional and nonfunctional requirements and are traceable to those requirements
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Fast Paced
Customer Representative (Former Employee), Vestal, NYJuly 2, 2014
Pros: health care
Cons: no time to interact with customers
A fast paced environment. You don't get a break in between calls. There is an average handle time, and you're unable to fully assist the customer in the best way possible. Employees are great to work with, there to help with other members.
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Productive training the soldiers.
Logistics Technician II / New Equipment Trainer (Former Employee), Reston, VAJune 20, 2014
Pros: pay was great and great travel, very good benefits
Cons: it is a contracting company so you can be released at a moments notices, so save your money while you work there.
Great co-workers, work environment was great. Supervisor respected all employees and looked after them.

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