Project Manager (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – November 22, 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.
Assistant Program Manager (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – April 3, 2015
keeping up with changing software programs, technology changes and maintaining excellent customer service skills. Continuous learning is essential to gaining and maintaining a competitive edge in this area. Training improves employee performance in quality, problem solving, attitude, ethics, motivation, leadership, and communication. customer-oriented business environment, "people skills" are critical for personal and organizational success.
Customer Services Representative (Former Employee) – Endicott, NY – February 20, 2015
As soon as you sit down you log onto the phone. learned more computer skills.co-workers and management were very nice.Hardest part of job was sitting all day I enjoy being face to face with people and helping anyway I can.
Customer Services Representative (Current Employee) – Endicott, NY – February 16, 2015
The company defaults to the lowest common denominator. There is little room for advancement, and you are most often treated as a 6 year old. It is, however, a decently paying job that provides healthcare benefits. You are also able to be rehired provided you give two weeks notice before leaving and are not terminated.
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 Recoverymore... 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.less
Client is good to work for, but NCI is very poor at people and resource management
Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Sierra Vista, AZ – January 5, 2015
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.
most of the employees get along very well because they have the same compaint: the company.
poor personnel management, poor and getting worse salaries
Inventory Management Supervisor (Former Employee) – Peterson AFB, CO – January 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.
Information Technology (IT) Support (Former Employee) – Rome, NY – December 26, 2014
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).
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – TN – November 11, 2014
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.