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11 hrs ago

Healthcare Policy Analyst – new


• Overseeing and developing technical products such as research papers, briefing papers, and recommendations for program implementation. • Working… MITRE

11 hrs ago

Health Communications Lead – new


• Participate in the creation of training curricula and tools. • Develop, test, and disseminate science and scientific information and audience-based… MITRE

30+ days ago

Lead NextGen GEOINT Collection Management Strategist

MITRE Fort Belvoir, VA

The successful candidate will support systems engineering processes in support of GEOINT collection management concept development and implementation… MITRE

1 day ago

Senior or Lead Artificial Intelligence Engineer – Computational Lingui – new


Preferred Qualifications Bachelor’s or Master’s preferred in computational linguistics, artificial intelligence, computer science, or mathematics… MITRE

2 days ago

Sr. Cost Analyst – new


The MITRE Corporation’s Center for Acquisition and Management Sciences provides specialized expertise, methods and models to support the systems… MITRE

3 days ago

Software Developer, Data Analytics


Required Skills: • Hands-on software development skills (Java, C++, C#, python, Javascript) with web services and web application technologies… MITRE

3 days ago

Computer Science, Sr.


Travel Statement *This position will require overnight travel up to 5 % of the time as well as some local… MITRE

3 days ago

Cyber Security Engineer - Mobile Computing


Clearance Statement To be eligible for consideration for this position, a current Top Secret clearance is required. Relocation… MITRE

3 days ago

Sr. Analytic Tools and Technologies Software Developer


Required Skills: BS and 3 years related experience. Preferred Qualifications - Expert C++ or Java developer with experience in either PERL or… MITRE

17 days ago

Lead Systems Engineer– Cloud Computing

MITRE Washington, DC +2 locations

include: • Serve as subject matter expert for transitioning classified and law enforcement sensitive private infrastructure to the IC ITE IC Cloud… MITRE

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    You will find you colleagues at MITRE to be highly professional people with deep levels of honesty and integrity. The support staff at MITRE (in Bedford & McLean) that helps global staff behind the scenes is also excellent.


    MITRE is classified as a not-for-profit Federally Funded Research & Development Center (FFRDC). As such MITRE does not bid on or compete for contracts. Its funds are allocated by Congress and are disbursed by the government agencies that are its sponsors, supposedly to perform work that would be a conflict of interest for a private, for-profit Professional Services Contractor. However, in many cases, it is only at the dual headquarters of Bedford, MA and McLean, VA that one is likely to perform cutting edge research or systems engineering studies for the U.S. government. All too often, at other MITRE sites, the government customers (sponsors) see MITRE staff as completely interchangeable with the PSC staff that MITRE is not allowed to compete with. And to avoid losing government work and government dollars, MITRE management does not push back hard enough to enforce the bright line required by law. Although there were certainly reasons for my departure that were entirely my own fault, at least 40% of the reason, was that MITRE only paid lip service to my complaints that we were not being treated any differently than the other PSCs (such as Booz Allen Hamilton) that were supporting our U.S. Army sponsors. Although we held weekly MITRE teleconferences on this topic, there was no attempt to raise these issues with the U.S. Army civilian in charge of this particular group for fear of losing future sponsor opportunities.

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    As someone who was "just staff" and who does not fully understand the complexities of the issues that management has to deal with, I am not sure what advice to give. However, I suggest that MITRE management either be honest with your own staff in telling them when a problem with a government sponsor (federal civilian) cannot be fixed until the following fiscal year, or show more boldness in complaining to the U.S. government sponsors that for Congressionally mandated legal reasons, MITRE staff cannot be treated as being interchangeable with the staff of Professional Service Contractors such as Booz Allen Hamilton.

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