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28 days ago

Senior Systems Engineer


- Establishes system information requirements in the development of the IPPS-A enterprise-wide solution - Identifies system requirements for… SAIC

5 days ago

Data Warehouse Developer- Telecommuter position- part-time


may include: - Working with stakeholders in development of data models - Creating dimensional data… SAIC

10 days ago

VM Ware Principal Cloud Network Engineer


VM Ware Principal Cloud Network Engineer TS/SCI with full scope poly required SAIC seeks a candidate with one or more years experience in… SAIC

11 days ago

Senior Strategic Planning and Performance Evaluation Analyst


This position is responsible for: - Supporting senior leadership on national-level intelligence and strategic issues. - Providing expertise in… SAIC

25 days ago

Recruiting Coordinator


The Recruiting Coordinator is responsible for partnering with recruiters to provide support around candidate, hiring manager, and requisition… SAIC

10 days ago

Network Architect


This position will provide Network Architecture/Engineering support as part of an SAIC team for a Gulf Coast Countries security Command and Control… SAIC

11 days ago

Senior Resources Expert


This position is responsible for: - Supporting resource management, budgetary formulation, budgetary analysis, budgetary execution, identifying… SAIC

7 days ago

Senior Network Engineer


This position will be responsible for the technical infrastructure of our client’s network in the areas of LAN/WAN Design, Optimization and QoS… SAIC

17 days ago

USDA Forest Service- Multiple Positions


SAIC is seeking candidates to support a contract with the USDA Forest Service in Boise, ID to support wild-land fire software applications. The scope… SAIC

12 days ago

Mid Level Project Manager


This position is responsible for: - Supporting Government staff in developing a broad range of written products in support of senior leadership and… SAIC

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    Going from Good to Bad to Horrible...My years with SAIC

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in McLean, VA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in McLean, VA

    I have been working at SAIC full-time (more than 8 years)


    When SAIC hired me, 12 years ago, the Pros were many. The benefits were great, the company had a wonderful environment and I worked for/with really amazing people. My first 5 years with the company I received a promotion a year and had doubled my original salary and then some. SAIC was a company I could see spending my entire professional life with.


    I am writing this review now (as a current employee) because I believe that within a few months I will be added to the dozens of my co-workers who have been let go in the past few months. I want to be able to be honest, while not having that "bitter just laid off" tone to what I am about to say. In my years with SAIC it has gone from being a great place to work to a place that I dread walking into everyday. Things have been on a downhill slide since the IPO and the current split process that is taking place has turned it into complete chaos. There is complete and total uncertainty about who will still be standing when the dust settles. Upper management comes riding into town to tell us how scared our competitors are and how the 2 new companies are going to be so great. I find it all really insulting to the basic intelligence of most of the employees (there are those who buy the line, but most aren't). The first round of layoffs was listed as 700, but when you count the large number of temps let go the number is much bigger. Smaller rounds of layoffs have taken place since, but are being done quietly and not publicized. The biggest problem I see is that SAIC seems to think there is a one size fits all solution for all their work and unable to see that sometimes you have to be original and creative in order to meet your customer needs. I would advise anyone considering employment with SAIC to make sure they will be 100% direct bill, and that the contract has been won, awarded and is in place. Otherwise, I could look elsewhere.

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    Well since they can't undo the IPO, my advice would be to treat the employees like that have a brain and some intelligence. Stop feeding them lines about the split and be honest. Say it is going to be painful, say more layoffs are coming and it will probably be more than the first round, say that sadly in the end one or both of the new companies may be sold for parts (a pretty rampant theory). Also, listen to the employees that you claim to value so much (and no, I don't mean the fit everyone had internally about the new name), I mean about ways to really improve the company. Just because you have a longer title or a bigger office than the employee trying to engage you doesn't mean you shouldn't listen to them. I would hazard a guess that most of you stood where we are standing now and you wouldn't want to be treated the way you are treating us.

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