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8 days ago

Analytics Consultant

LMI Tyson's Corner, Fairfax, VA +2 locations

Java, C#, C++, J#, .Net environment, Python, Perl, Mathematica, MATLAB R, SAS, SPSS, Stata, S-plus, Client-GIS, Weka, NetLogo, MASON, RePast General… Ivy Exec

8 days ago

IT Acquisition Analyst

LMI Tyson's Corner, Fairfax, VA

Related ClientP sections including instructions to offerors, evaluation criteria, and source selection plans. Administer contracts from award to… Ivy Exec

8 days ago

Information Assurance Analyst

LMI Tyson's Corner, Fairfax, VA

Provide technical guidance on implementation of security mechanisms and controls. Develop System Security documentation, including FIPS… Ivy Exec

8 days ago

Organizational Improvement/ Human Capital Management Consultant

LMI Tyson's Corner, Fairfax, VA

Change and risk management. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in human… Ivy Exec

8 days ago

Aviation (Airport and Air Traffic Management) Research Analyst

LMI Tyson's Corner, Fairfax, VA

We help clients at the FAA and NASA with their airport and air traffic management technology research and development through cost-benefit analysis… Ivy Exec

8 days ago

Enterprise Architect/ Project Manager

LMI Tyson's Corner, Fairfax, VA

include: Developing as-is and to-be architectures at the enterprise, segment, and solution levels. Establish and implement integrated EA and IT… Ivy Exec

8 days ago

Senior Cybersecurity Analyst

LMI Tyson's Corner, Fairfax, VA

Reach out to existing Information Sharing and Analysis Centers, government organizations, private firms, and other relevant organizations and… Ivy Exec

29 days ago

Facilities Engineering Analyst

Logistics Management Institute Mc Lean, VA +2 locations

Provide consulting and engineering services in support of facility and infrastructure management, real property portfolio management, maintenance and… jobsradar.com

8 days ago

Human Capital Management Consultant

LMI Reston, VA

TS/SCI Clearance with full-scope poly is required. Experience and ability to conduct job analysis, analyze occupations… Ivy Exec

3 days ago

Project Manager- Real Property

Logistics Management Institute Washington, DC

(Essential Job Functions) The project manager will provide support to a federal agency’s real property program management office located in… Logistics Management Institute

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LMI President, CEO, and Trustee Nelson M. Ford
Nelson M. Ford
49 Ratings
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    Proud history of public service is fading, along with the quality of the company.

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    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

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


    Retirement benefits even after recent cuts remains very strong. If you are able to work at a client site, the downward trends back at HQ are easy to ignore. Work life balance is generally still good, however, the trend is for management to request more "on your own time" (aka non-billable) work to offset their own high overhead expenses. Work life balance varies widely by manager.


    The current CEO and Senior Management are attempting to follow a for profit structure, at a not-for-profit company. The question of what LMI wants to be has long been up in the air, it appears we are headed for a Booz style structure, but no manager will admit to that. There is not much opportunity for promotion within the company due to a small/flat management structure with a large projectized consulting staff. Senior Management only pays lip service to staff at all levels, and does not utilize the internal talent at LMI to make decisions (CEO often hires outside groups to study COAs). Rumors of huge management bonuses while the rest of the staff has seen wage stagnation have harmed morale and created an environment of mistrust. The new workspace office environment has further harmed morale. The staff is reasonable and would have accepted change to an open concept plan, however, it is difficult to understand how after so much money was spent (again, while the staff absorbs wage stagnation) the new building serves our needs so poorly.

    Advice to Management

    Collaborate with your staff on decisions. Communicate with your staff about upcoming changes. Be flexible when it comes to new ideas for cost savings, and strategic direction. Share in the sacrifices of the staff that you manage. This company has greatness in the rear view, lets get back to that foundation and rebuild trust!

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