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30+ days ago

Financial Budget Analyst

LMI Washington, DC

This position presents an excellent opportunity for a candidate with 0-1 years of financial management experience. The successful candidate for this… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Financial Analyst

LMI Washington, DC

LMI has an immediate need for an exceptional financial analyst to join our Performance Accountability and Resource Management Group at a client site… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Cost Analyst

LMI McLean, VA

Primary duties are the maintenance of a cost of services model for a shared services organization (approx. $75m base annual budget) providing… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Financial/Accounting Analyst – new

LMI McLean, VA

§ Extract accounting and financial data for use in analytical studies and reports. § Perform account reconciliations and create any required… Glassdoor

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LMI President, CEO, and Trustee Nelson M. Ford
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    Quality staff, interesting work, weak leadership

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    Current Employee - Consultant in McLean, VA
    Current Employee - Consultant in McLean, VA

    I have been working at LMI full-time (more than 8 years)


    Wide variety of interesting client interactions; competent and intelligent staff; collegial work environment.


    The corporate culture has changed for the worse in recent years. Previously LMI prided itself on being different than other consulting firms, but now it has lost its identity and is trying to be like everyone else in the beltway. Less concern for employees and increasing emphasis on cutting costs and improving the bottom line. Minimal opportunity for advancement and growth. Experienced employees are devalued and the company is moving towards a younger, less experienced, and cheaper work force. Company management is lacking visionary leadership.

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    Don't lose sight of what made LMI a great place to work. We should not try to be like BAH, Deloitte, and Leidos. Cheaper is not always better. You get what you pay for.

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