Principal Senior Enterprise Architect (Former Employee), Reston, VA – February 2, 2015
Authored Solutions Architecture and Configuration Management Solution for BRAC Facility • Technical and Mechanical Infrastructure Services
Supported Defense Base Closure and Realignment (BRAC) technical and facilities engineering teams with evaluation of mechanical, construction and technical infrastructure components for the construction and relocation of Information Technology (IT) infrastructure services for DoD and Federal agencies. Managed IT information using various MS Tools and IBM Systems Architect to manage IT information.
Used SA tools such as Systems Architect, Visio and MS Office applications to capture and manage IT architecture and documentation artifacts. Provided IT Project Management, network management support, recommended project activities through the transition and transformation activities and recommended appropriate technical solutions to support the integration and implementation of various LAN/WAN enterprise services, mobile communication services, WebLogic, VoIP Services, Unified Communications, CISCO Automatic Call Distribution (ACD), Audio/Visual (A/V), Classified and Unclassified network structure, Enterprise Data Storage, Information technology (IA) security accreditation acceptance and Operational and Maintenance (O&M) services in support of the DoD Mark Center operations and sustainment. Additional responsibilities included working with business intelligence group that configured business rules for the integration of our service desk solution to streamline service request calls from the end users.
Conducted verification of Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity tools, process, safeguards and preventative plans to ensure reliability of applications, systems and information. Reviewed information management guidelines and requirements to ensure DR plan execute and operation sustainability during scheduled or unexpected events.
New Equipment Instructor (Former Employee), Prince George, VA – July 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.
Quality Assurance Engineer (Former Employee), Reston VA – July 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
Customer Representative (Former Employee), Vestal, NY – July 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.
(AGM) Help Desk Tier II (Former Employee), Sierra Vista – June 4, 2014
Although I worked for NCINC the past 6 years, I Dis-like NCI Information Systems, they are two faced and not loyal to veterans who they employee.
Not only had they laid me off in 2012 as one many retired veteran's ; three months later they stuck me on help desk where I am hearing impaired with service contacted disabilities not to mention I finished my degree over others.
Since being hired I complained, but did my job best I could 2008 - 2013 as noted in all my performance reviews which were positive. I won't know about this one because I was asked to leave, with no documentation in my file.
Because of my termination which was not warranted I will pursue to fix my good name, by talking to Disabled American Veterans Association.
Systems Engineer III (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – May 31, 2014
Pros: there are some nice people within the organization.
Cons: financial issues, management lies. try to pay you hourly even though your salary, . try to make you use your pto or go leave without pay without telling you ahead of time, cannot win any contracts, boys club.
Be very careful of all the positive reviews, they are coming from corporate who watch this. the company is having major financial problems they can't win any contracts. The ssolution always for them is so let's hire another very senior VP and forget about everyone else doing the work. even though your salary employee what they want you to do is it works a little slow on your contract is to go with PTO and if not available to leave without pay and you do not know until you show up for work that day. they hire new program managers who do not know how to be an administrator whatsoever the rank of our don't like them. is a complete boys club.
Great management, great benifits. Unfortunatley with some contracts you have to move on in order to move up in "rank", but this company offers potential and actively searchs within their ranks for people who may be a good fit in a new upcoming position. I know people who have been with the company for 7 years so that says alot.
Hospital Pharmacist (Current Employee), Cairo, GA – April 20, 2014
Dispensing medications to the last stage cancer patients. I've got best knowledge about drugs used for that cancer patients e.g analgesics. My work team were very helpful. The hardest part of the job is satisfying patients and making them happy (N.B they are last stage patients)
Telecommunication Technician III (Former Employee), Fort Huachuca, AZ – April 1, 2014
I learn a lot at this company. They took care of me and gave me a shot in the civilian world. They helped me grow as a man and as a telecommunication technician. I learned so much. I traveled all over the world with them. I would love to go back to the company.