Pragmatics, Inc. – Washington, DC
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Pragmatics – Columbia, MD
List duties Provide security consulting services to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Office of Information Services. Support the… Pragmatics
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Good contracts, good pay and locations.
Communication is a big issue here. I held a secret DoD clearance for 10 years prior to joining Pragmatics and when hired I was placed into a Top Secret investigation. Two years later I no longer work for them and find out while I was waiting for my Top Secret my Secret was "Not in use" for the entire duration of my employment due to the on going TS investigation. I find out while job searching my Secret has gone into "Loss of Jurisdiction" because it was not in use while I worked for Pragmatics and I basically lost the clearance I EARNED while in the military. I am livid at the lack of communication with the folks who handle the clearances and could not get any answers to my questions.