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4 days ago

Entry Level Test Engineer - Washington, DC, US Citizenship Required

CSC Washington, DC

The FOIA/PA Information Processing System (FIPS) project provides an automated administrative and production process for responding to USCIS… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Professional: Management Analyst

CSC Washington, DC

* Executes systems test from existing test plans. Assists in analyzing testing results throughout project. * Participates in technical reviews and… Beyond.com


17 hrs ago

Sr. Agile Coach - US Citizenship Required – new

CSC Washington, DC

The CSC Team provides IT support to the US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) for the majority of their fielded software applications and… Beyond.com


5 days ago

.NET Developer (US Citizenship Required)

CSC Washington, DC

* Ensures that web pages are functional across different browser types; conducts test to verify user functionality. Assists in resolving complex… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Naval Test and Evaluation Analyst

CSC Washington, DC

include: * Support PMS 500 Test and Evaluation Director as the program enters into Test and Evaluation and Live Fire T&E; phases. * Develop test… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Cybersecurity & Networking - DC Metro / Bossier City, LA / Other (2015 Graduates

CSC Washington, DC

* Reports and monitors system utilization to guide short term information technology investment decisions as related to voice/data network… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Senior Professional: Database Administrator

CSC Washington, DC

Exciting opportunitiy for senior database analyst with strong UNIX/Linux background to manage the development of data base projects. Plans and… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Communications Strategy Consultant – new

CSC Arlington, VA

Communications Strategy Consultant: Team leader, team member, or individual contributor in the execution of Communication Strategies, Plans… ClearanceJobs.com


4 days ago

Advisor: Business Analyst

CSC Washington, DC

* Plans and designs complex business processes and system modifications. Makes recommendations to improve and support business activities… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Business Analyst - DC / Virginia / Maryland / Other

CSC Washington, DC

* Assists in developing and modifying systems requirements documentation to meet client needs. * Participates in meetings with clients to gather and… Beyond.com


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    Large company that is not innovative

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer  in  Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Computer Sciences Corp full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    I have found that the one positive attribute of CSC is that they offer salaries that align with the industry standard.

    Because CSC is a global company, its workforce is located in many different places. Thus, each employees' experience will differ. I am speaking from the point of view of the US mid-atlantic market which relies heavily on federal government contracting.

    Cons

    - You get lost in the shuffle because the company is so large. It is impossible to be promoted, recognized or grow with the type of structure and size of the company.
    - As a technologist, CSC is completely not innovative. In fact, they do not encourage a community of innovation and they do not invest in their employees. As a result, many technologists with current or cutting-edge skills have left or are considering leaving to pursue more interesting positions.
    - The benefits are decreasing. Over the past three years that I have been employed with CSC, major benefits were removed or reduced as cost cutting measures (one time CSC 401K contribution at the end of year, health costs increase; penalties if including spouse, mandatory end-of-year shut down where you use your own vacation, no raises in 2014, etc). Of course, a company needs to survive; however, such a severe and rapid reduction in benefits has severely decreased morale.

    Doesn't Recommend
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