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Phase One Consulting Group Alexandria, VA

* Ensure project deliverables have a timely and successful completion. * Proactively manage assigned tasks, identify issues and risks and ensure that…

5 days ago

Salesforce Developer

Phase One Consulting Group Alexandria, VA

** * Functional knowledge of data structure and understanding of how to leverage the tool to meet complex process and reporting…

16 days ago

Salesforce Configuration Analyst

Phase One Consulting Group Alexandria, VA

** * Functional knowledge of data structure and understanding of how to leverage the tool to meet complex process and reporting…

30+ days ago

Recruiting Specialist

Phase One Consulting Group Alexandria, VA

** * Create new job postings and update current job postings on job boards, social media platforms and various professional sites as needed * Manage…

30+ days ago

Proposal Writer

Phase One Consulting Group Alexandria, VA

** The Proposal Writer will perform the following main job tasks and responsibilities…

22 days ago

Junior Technical Analyst

Phase One Consulting Group Washington, DC

** * Analyze existing documentation and model current state systems and current state strategic plans * Interact with stakeholders to understand and…

18 days ago

Data Analyst

Phase One Consulting Group Washington, DC

** * Support all aspects of the defining the current state data architecture across multiple systems and areas of VA * Lead the development of VAs…

18 days ago

Jr. Web Developer

Phase One Consulting Group Washington, DC

** * Work closely with the web redesign group to capture changing needs and requirements for the VAs EA strategy website. * Maintain requirements of…

8 days ago

Business Analyst

Phase One Consulting Group Washington, DC

* Working closely with the SharePoint developer and the Solutions Architect to understand user requirements and application functionality…

2 days ago

IT Investment Analyst – new

Phase One Consulting Group Washington, DC

** * Perform investment management analysis and provide recommendations for program and investment management improvement * Develop processes and…

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Alexandria, VA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Alexandria, VA

    I have been working at Phase One Consulting Group full-time for more than a year


    I have been with Phase One for two years or so, and I have seen a huge change in this company. When I first started here, I was lost, always trying to figure out what exactly what was going on, and never given clear direction. It was very hard for me to acclimate and I was becoming increasingly more frustrated with management and their lack of long-term vision.

    There has been a few organizational changes, a few cuts made that were extremely necessary, and the CEO that came in and pretty much stopped the bleeding. Now, even though the stress is still very high, I feel like Phase One is moving in the right direction. There are starting to implement a lot of policy changes, training, and overall realizing that their employees really do matter. They are starting to realize that BD and proposal support is extremely necessary, which takes the burden off of the delivery side, and makes us better focus on what we are supposed to do.

    The culture is fast-paced, but also very fun. Sport events, happy hours, and team events are always happening, Younger more diverse crowd.


    Management is a huge con here. The directors are off running their own mini Phase One businesses with little to no care about Phase One as a whole. Most are not ready for the type of responsibility given to them and it often shows. There is little direction given to their AO's, Lead associates, or engagement leaders. People in mid-tier often leave because they are stuck doing the "grunt" work with no hope of advancement. Associate Directors for the most part are disgruntled and are often getting the brunt of the blame.

    Essentially, too many Queen Bees and not enough workers. Everyone wants to lead and direct, but when it comes to doing actual work, there is a huge piece missing. Complaining and finger pointing will get you nowhere.

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    Make the organization more flat, giving more people the right to speak up and offer opinions. Training, while getting better, could be more accessible for people in the field. Most of these are mid-week.

    Incentives to working on proposals.

    Advancement and overworking is the biggest reason we cannot keep staff, offer title bumps (associate to lead associate) and bonus' more often.

    Find a way to fix the PO/AO discrepancies spoken about above.

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