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30+ days ago

Systems Administrator - SME

CGI Federal Langley, VA

Assess server loads and work with tech lead on developing tuning recommendations. Assist in server maintenance and special projects, during extended… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Systems Administrator - Manager

CGI Federal Langley, VA

Assess server loads and work with tech lead on developing tuning recommendations. Assist in server maintenance and special projects, during extended… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Cyber Systems Administrator/ Network Engineer

CGI Federal Fort Meade, MD

CGI Federal is seeking qualified applicants for on-site customer support to U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) located near Fort Meade, MD. USCYBERCOM… Glassdoor


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    CGI Is A Dysfunctional, Blended Family

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    Current Employee - Multimedia Specialist  in  Arlington, VA
    Current Employee - Multimedia Specialist in Arlington, VA

    I have been working at CGI Group full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    This is a very stable company. With so many markets and regions under its divisions, CGI can provide the option of transfers in your immediate area or around the country. For those with varied IT interests, you have many options here.

    Also, CGI provides the benefits that employees who've worked in the professional corporate environment are used to: health care, life crisis solutions (free counseling, adoption support) and internal professional mentoring (if you're not on one of the contracts).

    Cons

    CGI has doubled in size since it acquired my former company 4 years ago through subsequent mergers.

    If you work on a contract in the federal side of the business, you will feel like a stepchild. I work on one of the most high-profile defense projects and we've had 4 Program Managers i just over 2 years. Only one stayed close to a year. But the turnover is seen throughout our office. There is zero harmony or morale among our ranks. And ideas to revitalize our respective departments are often overlooked.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Invest in leadership! Bring people who are motivated to drive the passion of the business. There's no camaraderie, and therefore no collective incentive to persevere.

    Turnover at the top is one of the most counteractive forces in the work environment.

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