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L-3 Communications Chairman, President and CEO Michael T. Strianese
Michael T. Strianese
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    Good Team, Unstable Environment

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Houston, TX

    I worked at L-3 Communications full-time


    The program manager is laser focused on hiring the best and brightest for his team through a rigorous interview and screening process. The work can be very rewarding if you land on a task order that fits your skills and interests. Management works hard and creatively to retain people when budgets are cut. Decent pay and benefits.


    Budgets and contracts rise and fall wreaking havoc on work assignments. The largest task order is being transitioned to a different contractor resulting in high attrition and unease among the workforce. Middle management is not very people oriented. Extraordinary attention is paid to prediction of labor charges. General malaise at Johnson Space Center since end of shuttle.

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    Reduce the focus on nanomanaging the budget. Make it a priority to seek some input from the workforce as to what is really going on.

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