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14 days ago

Audit System Engineering

TASC Chantilly, VA

TASC is seeking a Systems Engineer to be part of TASC’s COMM Program supporting the Government Customer’s Audit as a Service (AaaS) Project. The… TASC

18 days ago

Small Satellite R&D Engineer

TASC Chantilly, VA

TASC is seeking an experienced professional to join the Space Systems Sector (SSS). SSS provides specialized engineering, analysis and operations… TASC

5 days ago

Administrative Assistant

TASC Chantilly, VA

TASC is currently seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant to support a customer front office in daily operations and ad hoc tasking… TASC

23 hrs ago

UNIX Systems Administrator – new

TASC Chantilly, VA

TASC is seeking qualified UNIX Systems Administrator professionals. The successful candidate will be responsible for UNIX servers, operating systems… TASC

7 days ago

Junior Scheduler

TASC Chantilly, VA

Employee will: • Provide program schedule development, analysis and support • Work with customer toolset to analyze program schedule… TASC

26 days ago

Proposal Coordinator - TS/SCI Required

TASC Chantilly, VA

• Work closely with the Proposal Manager and proposal team. • Administer SharePoint (site administration to include user permissions, artifact… TASC

23 hrs ago

Mobile Software Engineer – new

TASC Chantilly, VA

TASC is seeking an entry level Mobile Software Developer to join our team of qualified, diverse individuals. This position will be located in… TASC

9 days ago

Database Administrator/Engineer

TASC Chantilly, VA

• Identifies user requirements, sets up computer databases and tests and coordinates modifications to the computer database systems • Ensures the… TASC

19 days ago

Capture Strategic Pricing Analyst - TS/SCI required

TASC Chantilly, VA

This position is an integral part of the BD Account and Capture Team for the Intelligence Sector, and requires a candidate seasoned in federal… TASC

19 days ago

Internship - Junior IP Network Engineer

TASC Chantilly, VA

TASC, Inc. is seeking energetic, self-starting intern s to work as network and systems engineer s rotating through various groups on our program to… TASC

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    Current Employee - Systems Engineer V in Reston, VA
    Current Employee - Systems Engineer V in Reston, VA

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    The biggest overall pro is the openness of top-level management to share information on the state of the company and how it impacts the employee. Management has gone out of its way to be open and transparent with the company's business. TASC also recognizes work-life balance is important to employee retention. TASC still enjoys a reputation for providing high quality engineering services. Overall, it is a good place to work during this low point in Government contracting.


    Benefits are taking it on the chin. The company has gone two years without contributing to the profit-sharing benefit (standard is 3% of one's pay put into the 401K). The company has also reduced 401k matching benefits and vacation accrual. Health care costs doubled over the last year but, in fairness, one has to attribute that to Obamacare and its gruesome regulations. Given that Government is now looking at minimum cost as opposed to best value, companies have been under pressure to reduce their rates. The company has not issued raises in two years, but is providing retention bonuses to its higher performing personnel. In defense of the company however, this is happening all over, and one can probably expect this to be the case until 2017.

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    Consider taking the money that might go for pay raises and profit-matching and putting that into a bonus pool, so that bonuses can be awarded to even your average contributor. In this challenging time, a retention bonus would probably help reduce employee anxiety about not having a pay raise over multiple years.

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