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Senior Analyst/ Logistics Management Specialist (Former Employee), Alexandria, VAAugust 20, 2013
Pros: working for the military
This by far one of the most rewarding job's I have had thus far in my life time. This job was at time very challanging but in the same breath the most rewarding. Challanging due to dealing with high ranking official's, to vendors,etc. But the rewarding part of being able to help with the well being of the Solider is something priceless. I have never – more... meet a group of people that no matter the rank would push their sleeves up and work as a group to get the job done. We were there for one reason and that was at the end of the day the safelty of the Military.
What I learned from that position was that each and everyone of us work hard to do the best in our job...but what the military does goes above and beyond the job description. – less
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Great company with positive atmosphere
Network Engineer (Former Employee), Scott AFB, ILAugust 19, 2013
Pros: best management around
Cons: poor benifits package
Great place to work with all involved. New tasks were always fun to complete. The rewards were tangible and always appropriate.
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IT Support
IT Support Specialist (Former Employee), Ft. Bragg, NCAugust 15, 2013
Trouble shot various system and network issues with customers and escalated as necessary. Worked tier 1 tickets.
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Good place to work
Systems Administrator (Current Employee), Port Hueneme, CAJuly 29, 2013
Company is small but good people and smart management. Both teams played hard.
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Good pay and benefits
Logistics Specialist (Former Employee), Fort McCoy, WIJuly 23, 2013
Maintain inventory accountability, receive and issue equipment using forklifts and pallet jacks.
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Hard work and no pay
Accounting (Former Employee), Houston, TXJuly 19, 2013
Pros: flexibility, no micromanagement
Cons: pay
- great co workers over all
- management is ok but could do better in the communication department
- everyone whispers about what goes on and then smiles at you
- hard work but not fairly compensated at the staff level
- hardest part of the job: communication
- enjoyable part of the job: co workers
- benefits are okay but not the best

dont expect much – more... of anything free. dont expect exciting bonuses in the current economic conditions. – less
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Excellent job skills
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Binghamton, NYJuly 19, 2013
Pros: great hours
Handle customers problems with their cell phone bills. I loved the job because you can really take the time and help someone in need. Management was ok needed improvement.
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Work employees are friendly
Senior Systems Engineer (Former Employee), Fort Huachuca, Az.July 11, 2013
Pros: not too many.
Cons: paychecks are always nice, but they were not very much and it you had a problem with your timecard, it took an act of congress to get it straightened out.
Had to watch your back all the time because of the customer. you needed to stay active every minute of the day, which was fine when there was work to be done. When a project was finished, you had better be doing something or the "customer" would turn you in for not doing your job or wasting time. The management would not back you up on much of anything – more... if you tried to defend your actions. Their feelings were, "the customer is ALWAYS right". – less
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I've worked at better places before.
Field Service Engineer (Current Employee), Montgomery, ALJuly 8, 2013
Upper level management is not up front. Things take forever to get done. Working at NCI would be so much better if management actually acted as if they cared about their employees.
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Good Company but bad management.
Welding and Painting Lead Man (Former Employee), Houston, TXJuly 1, 2013
Pros: great benefits
Cons: long hours, no set schedule, inconsiderate management, low wages
Its a good company with great benefits but the management that they currently have at the Houston plant is hurting the company. There is no balance between work and your personal life, they do not care about you or your family because they expect you to work every day of the week 12+ hours and when you ask for some time off they get upset. They have – more... to realize that the people in the shops are the ones making the money and they should be a little more considerate of their personal lifes. – less
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Relaxed and fun place to work stress free.
Medical Records Technician (Current Employee), Henrico, VAJune 28, 2013
Pros: endless opportunity
Cons: contract work which is not always permanent
A good and fair place to work with endless opportunities that you can take advantage of.
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Highly skilled work environment where learning was required at all times
Senior Engineer / Wideband Technician (Former Employee), Sierra Vista, AZJune 22, 2013
No day at NCI was the same. I was contracted to do many different jobs while employed at NCI. My first job while employed was to train government officials on a new trouble ticket system. My second job was to supervise the construction of a satellite system in Fort Bragg, NC and perform Quality Control and Quality Assurance for the Government Representatives. – more... My final job was to design and implement Data Centers and satellite centers in Guam, Camp Roberts, CA, Fort Bragg, NC, Germany and FT Meade, VA – less
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Good Company
Inventory Management Specialist (Former Employee), Peterson AFB, COJune 7, 2013
Pros: flex schedule
Cons: comradarie
I did not directly work for NCI, I worked under them for another company. I learned a lot about computers and networks. I used my military experience in logistics to complete my daily tasks.
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Office politics
Systems Engineer (Former Employee), Sierra Vista, AZMay 26, 2013
Pros: a paycheck
Cons: office politics, no communication, boys club
Nowhere to move up endless you are part of the boys club. Office politics and backstabbing from management down. Kept on the road with no communication. Promises to the troops not kept. Thet will say anything to get you to do the project and then put you on LWOP. Went on it four times in two years. Not ethical. I now work for SAIC who treat me much – more... better. – less

May 30, 2013

While NCi is a great company to work for I would well advise anyone pursuing a career as a contractor for the US Army. The political rife right now makes any Army post a terrible place to work as far as quality of life as an employee. The Army has a unique culture of backstabbing contractors at every turn and your employment can be terminated at the drop of a hat if you suddenly run afoul to some uneducated army officer. Be advised don't work on any Army Contract it's bad news and since contracts turn over every year there is absolutely no job security with the Army!

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Diversified workplace
Deputy Project Manager (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX officeMay 17, 2013
Pros: learning opportunity
Cons: travel time to work
Every day was busy with questions from employees regarding new procedures, time keeping and benefits.
Exciting learning opportunity into other fields.
Interaction with co-workers was the best part of the day.
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will work you to the bone
Installer/ driver (Former Employee), Newark, OHApril 24, 2013
Pros: the shop was close to home
Cons: the mangament
the manager got an% of all jobs done so he would send you to an job that would take 3 guys 2 days and only have 2 guys or less and want it done in 1 day. all over it was an unsafe work envirment becouse of the manager.then when someone calls about an job refernce he will tell them all types of lies, becouse you didnt kiss his butt.
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Fortune 14 Company
Lead Analyst (Current Employee), Carrollton, TXApril 3, 2013
Fortune 14 Company - Largest Healthcare organization in the US.
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Women not wanted
Information Assurance Engineer (Former Employee), VirginiaMarch 20, 2013
Cons: men only wanted
There is no support for women in engineering. The only females that are promoted to management roles are in accounting and similiar not male dominanted roles. As a black female woman, I got no support even though my program manager was a female. Men getting promoted; support their friends and sabbatoge other women. When you complain about them saying – more... inappropriate remarks sexually or calling you a wino management does nothing. I quit when asked to sign a written reprimand. They believe whatever the men say. Women stay away. – less
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Fast paste environment
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee), Bedford Park, ILMarch 14, 2013
Pros: opportunity
Cons: teamwork and support
Very fast paste environment. Hands on experience. I used my professional and managing experience on the job.
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Contractor To Government
Technical Training Coordinator (Former Employee), Warrenton, VAMarch 7, 2013
Pros: workplace atmosphere and location
Cons: constant change of contract managers and thus changing objectives.
Restructured and modernized Training materials

Added State Dept. telecommunications system knowledge to what I had learned previously.

Challenging as style was greatly different from my military experience.

Super knowledgeable and easy to learn from.

Learning so many different systems so quickly.

The variety of work and finding a solution the Contractor – more... liked. – less

About NCI Information Systems

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