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2 days ago

Senior Project Manager – new

SAIC College Park, MD

** The Sr. Project Manager shall support multiple IT projects, concurrently and will be responsible for the following: * Project planning… Beyond.com


19 days ago

Project Manager

SAIC College Park, MD

** The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Information Technology Activity Support (ITAS) project is and SAIC program in need of a… Beyond.com


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    Good place to work; and work, and work

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    Current Employee - Principal Engineer  in  Baltimore, MD
    Current Employee - Principal Engineer in Baltimore, MD

    I have been working at SAIC full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Salary and benefits are good - on par with other large defense contractors. very successful winning new business. Several successful large programs as prime contractor. Large range of technical skill sets represented. Largely reasonable and competent mid to sr level mgmt.

    Cons

    Ever since going public a few years ago, company focus on short term earnings. Increasing levels of centralization and cost cutting makes company more efficient on paper, but diminishes staff motivation & sense of self-direction. People are being stretched thinner and expected to do more. In the push to aggressively win new business, execution could get pushed to the breaking point.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't kill the goose that laid the golden egg. Company risks becoming another large, impersonal defense contractor in the push to make Wall Street happy for another week. Or, semi-happy - stock performance hasn't been great.

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