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30+ days ago

Alfresco Software Engineer

SAIC Fort George G Meade, MD

** SAIC is seeking an Alfresco Software Engineer located in Fort Meade, Maryland. **The candidate must have…

30+ days ago

SharePoint Developer

SAIC Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD

* Provide SharePoint site development, including requirements gathering, new site creation and management, and site enhancements…

23 days ago

Java Developer

SAIC Washington, DC

include troubleshooting problems reported users, creating fixes, reporting status, and communicating with other team members. Qualifications…

30+ days ago

HP Service Management Developer

SAIC Washington, DC

** SAIC is looking for a HP IT SERVICE MANAGER TOOLS DEVELOPER to join our Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) team in Washington, DC. The…

30+ days ago

Lead Sharepoint Developer

SAIC Washington, DC

SAIC has an opportunity for an experienced Lead SharePoint Developer to join our Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) team in Washington, DC…

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bloomfield, IN

    I worked at SAIC full-time for more than 5 years


    Good benefits and lots of opportunities to expand your skill set.


    Working and knowing the local HQ folks in DC was a big benefit but if you were away from center stage it was hard to position yourself for advancement as the smaller office was overrun by nepotism. Family members, high school friends and long time buddies got the bigger benefits if you were an outsider and not from the local area.

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    Break up the small town mentality, good ol boy system and allow for new insights and new blood to enter into management and minimize the group think process.

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