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30+ days ago

Cost Accountant

Intelligent Optimal Fiscal Solutions Washington, DC

• Develop using an agency-wide cost methodology and Microsoft Excel software to define the approved cost accounting methodology at the organization… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Systems Accountant

Intelligent Optimal Fiscal Solutions Washington, DC

AND RESULTS • Extensive experience with cost reporting and system mapping of SGL account structures. • Knowledge of required in the areas of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Administrative Assistant/Secretary

Intelligent Optimal Fiscal Solutions Rockville, MD

• Answers the telephone lines within three rings, interviews callers and tactfully answers requests, screens telephone calls and accurately transfers… Glassdoor

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    Current Employee - Supervisory Accountant in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Supervisory Accountant in Washington, DC

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    Great leadership and direction, energetic co-workers, work-from-home options, and generous raises are some of the perks I have personally experienced with the consulting firm. Employees on government assignments are from different backgrounds academically and ethnically. Also, the company’s flexible work environment is ideal for seasoned consultants as well as those with ambition, confidence, and a 4-year degree who are just starting their professional career. The company is compliance driven with strong corporate ethics. High performers are allowed to self-direct and not be micro-managed. Consistent training model drives innovation on projects.


    Some project assignments with the government have restrictions that prevent employees from participating in company meetings, events, benefits, bonuses etc. The client contract dictates what the company can provide as compensation and benefits to company employees on consulting projects. As a project team lead, it can be frustrating when trying to gain team cohesiveness and to get things done.

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    Not all employees are pulling their weight on projects nor serving as the champions of iFOS. Management should have small or one on one meetings with underlings, not just their direct staff. Talk to the people in the trenches (quarterly conversations) to get a true pulse of projects. Recommend smaller briefings by project leadership at least once a month.

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