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11 days ago

Director, Business Development and Proposal Management – Federal

Triple Canopy Reston, VA

• Responsible to provide highly skilled Business Development and Proposal Management leadership working in the Federal Domestic Security, Energy and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Director of Operations

Triple Canopy Reston, VA

Strong background in military training, logistics, procurement, or construction preferred.  Must have excellent experience working with host… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Program Manager

Triple Canopy Reston, VA

The Program Manager will oversee a $100+ million dollar Global IDIQ contract supporting the Department of Defense Counter Narcoterrorism Technology… Glassdoor


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    TC Has Taken a Wrong Turn

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    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant  in  Reston, VA
    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant in Reston, VA

    I worked at Triple Canopy full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    TC had some pretty good benefits when I worked there many years ago. The people were also the best part - I made some life long friends there. There were also many couples who met there and ended up getting married. I can't speak to how the company is today because I don't necessarily agree with its direction.

    Cons

    The EMT has become greedy and doesn't care about its loyal employees any more. They've let go of employees that have been with the company since day 1...They've turned the company into an employee owned company again which further supports the fact that it's a dying company. TC is struggling to find their place in the future and are making stupid decisions because of it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Use your experience with certain clients to diversify service offerings into other areas your clients might need. Stop thinking of the immediate reward and think about the bigger picture. Stop outsourcing certain areas of work (legal) when you have a team and an exec with limited experience for it.

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