Forfeiture Support Associates

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18 days ago

Records Examiner/Analyst with FBI Communications, Coordination, and Resources Un

Forfeiture Support Associates, LLC Washington, DC

, the mission of the FBI is to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, to uphold and enforce the… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Senior Law Clerk (3 Openings)

Forfeiture Support Associates, LLC Washington, DC

A Senior Law Clerk will assist attorneys by providing Legal Clerk and Paralegal / Legal Assistant II & III review and executing the following duties… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Litigation Financial Analyst (4 Openings)

Forfeiture Support Associates, LLC Washington, DC

A Litigation Financial Analyst executes the following duties: • Assists prosecutors in reviewing and analyzing financial records obtained during… CareerBuilder


13 days ago

Legal Clerk ( Not Law Clerk ) with Asset Forfeiture Money Laundering Section wit

Forfeiture Support Associates, LLC Washington, DC

The Section works with the entire spectrum of law enforcement and regulatory agencies using an interagency, interdisciplinary and international… CareerBuilder


12 days ago

Senior Law Clerk (2 positions)

Forfeiture Support Associates, LLC Washington, DC

A Senior Law Clerk will assist attorneys by providing Legal Clerk and Paralegal / Legal Assistant II & III review and executing the following duties… CareerBuilder


14 days ago

Paralegal/Legal Assistant II (Temporary 8 month assignment)

Forfeiture Support Associates, LLC Washington, DC

interview reports for the attorney's review. • Participates in pre-trial witness conferences, notes possible deficiencies in case materials (e.g… CareerBuilder


13 days ago

Financial Analyst with United States Postal Inspection Service

Forfeiture Support Associates, LLC Washington, DC

Congress empowered the Postal Service 'to investigate postal offenses and civil matters relating to the Postal Service.' Through its… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Records Examiner/Analyst with FBI Language Program

Forfeiture Support Associates, LLC Washington, DC

The FBI's Directorate of Intelligence is front and center in making sure the FBI produces the intelligence necessary to protect the nation. Every… CareerBuilder


24 days ago

Financial Analyst with the FBI (Top Secret Clearance)

Forfeiture Support Associates, LLC Washington, DC

A Financial Analyst executes the following duties: • Provides general financial management and budgetary support • Performs seized and… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Data Analyst - Federal w/ FBI

Forfeiture Support Associates, LLC Washington, DC +2 locations

A Data Analyst executes the following duties: • Provide organization and management of case files • Review data (completeness of information… CareerBuilder


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  1. 5 people found this helpful  

    Looking for new ways to cheat employees, every day

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Forfeiture Support Associates full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Like any contractor, it's an opportunity to support the Federal Government in your area of interest.

    Cons

    Every day, FSA's policies are changing in ways that cheat their hardworking employees. Examples: the make-up time policy changed so that you *have* to make up your hours within a strict time frame; sick leave policy just changed so that you don't receive front-loaded hours at the beginning of each fiscal year - you have to accrue the hours, so you may start out with zero hours even if you've been working for a while. What the make-up time policy translates to is that we're treated like machines who can simply get up and leave their work unfinished simply because it is 5 PM on a Thursday (pay weeks run Friday-Thursday) -- or we won't get paid for the extra time. Also, regardless of the position you apply for, they will change your contract, responsibilities, and schedule if your supervisor thinks it's a good idea -- irrespective of your supervisor's level of knowledge or qualifications in your specific area, and without your input. Finally, it's extremely difficult to get a hold of their benefits specialists, so good luck getting any questions answered. Bottom line: they are cutting costs and treating employees like conveyor belt assembly people.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Put some trust in your employees. Also, stop taking away promised breaks at every turn.

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