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3 days ago

Technical Writer – new

SAIC Arlington, VA +2 locations

The Joint Doctrine Support Program within SAIC is seeking an editor/technical writer who is responsible for creating new publications that will be… SAIC

6 days ago

Java Developer with Oracle PL/SQL

SAIC Arlington, VA

in information engineering activities, is knowledgeable of general industry standards as well as database… SAIC

16 hrs ago

MRA Mobile Operations Tier 1 - Eve Shift – new

SAIC Washington, DC

of Duties: - Provide in-person, phone and email support to end-users promptly and professionally. - Ensure all requests for services and incidents… SAIC

16 hrs ago

Consulting Employee – new

SAIC Washington, DC

Scope of Work: Candidate will be responsible for coordination of test events from planning to execution. Candidate will initiate contact with… SAIC

8 days ago

Cyber Training Analyst / Facilitator

SAIC Arlington, VA

SAIC continues to grow our support of the Navy and it's cyber protection mission. This has created an opportunity for a senior professional to join… SAIC

9 days ago

TSA's IT Infrastructure Program (ITIP) Positions Available

SAIC Arlington, VA

SAIC is actively pursuing TSA's IT Infrastructure Program (ITIP), an ongoing effort that directly supports the mission need for TSA to design… SAIC

10 days ago

Information Enterprise Analyst

SAIC Arlington, VA

Information Enterprise Analyst Provide Program Management support to include productivity and management methods, administration, quality assurance… SAIC

17 days ago

Project Manager - System Authorization Lead

SAIC Arlington, VA

This is a Project Manager (PM) position within the Vanguard 2.2.1 Program in the Enterprise Security Office (ESO). Qualified candidates will lead two… SAIC

20 days ago

Reports Developer (SQL/SSRS/SSIS)

SAIC Arlington, VA

DSNet Reporting and Analytic Support The Contractor shall develop new reports as needed using existing technology or new technology that provides… SAIC

21 days ago

Senior Analyst

SAIC Arlington, VA

SAIC needs a Task Lead and Project Manager to provide support for the Universal Joint Task (UJT) Program at the Pentagon. The individual will be the… SAIC

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    I have been working at SAIC full-time (More than 5 years)


    My best reasons for working at SAIC are my colleagues, including my immediate managers. Even when working on separate projects, we help each other out as best as we can. At least in the part of the company where I work, there is an atmosphere of trust, support, and respect. We look out for each other.


    SAIC is the smaller of the two companies resulting from the split of "old SAIC" into SAIC and Leidos on October 1, 2013. A "matrix" reorganization has created annoyances at the working level and may have made us less nimble, not more. The business environment is increasingly constrained. Upper management is looking for all sorts of ways to cut costs, which is imposing burdens on employees. The customers are spending less on contracts, so raises and bonuses are increasingly scarce. (The quality of benefits fell sharply a couple of years ago, before the split, and is holding steady lately.) The company is not committed to anyone who isn't covered full-time -- an unpredictable condition in a time of sequestration and occasional government shutdowns. SAIC no longer offers the opportunities it once did.

    Advice to Management

    First, you have little to sell but your employees' time, so take care of your employees before those with choices go away. Second, give your organizations the leeway to invest in business development before they run out of work to do. Third, if looking after the interests of shareholders is preventing you from doing either of the above, take the company private as soon as you can.

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