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LMI President, CEO, and Trustee Nelson M. Ford
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    The new building is nearly-perfect and worth every penny. Congratluations!

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    This review is about our new building, which we moved into on Monday. First off, hats off to IT, Office Services, Jennifer, Janet, Gosia, and the rest of the admin people who made it happen. It was a flawless and welcoming transition to a radically new work environment, and I think we're off to a great start.


    We're still learning our ways to-and-fro with the new roadways, tolls, and traffic lights. Paying $5.40 to make my way to the Springfield Interchange (still several further tolls from home) seems extravagant, but I'll figure out an alternative.

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    Ask us in January about our "lessons learned" from the move-in. There are several details (placement of the elevator call buttons, stationing of AAs away from their staffs, allocation of storage spaces for group-level needs). Oh, and another issue: the "Team Rooms" echo badly, so none of us are going to want to use them for team meetings. We should find another use for "team rooms" (additional private offices? sound-muffled team rooms? I don't know). Finally, the meeting rooms may have writeable walls, but no one wants to write our genius diagrams and ideas on a glass wall where observers have to look out at the cubicles outside. We're going to need dedicated white boards / marker boards where our ideas can be recorded and captured for further use.

    One other thing: I thought we were all going to get white-board space in our personal cubicles where we could conceptualize / imagine graphic ideas. What we have now is unwriteable white surfaces which could serve a much more useful function if the surface was writeable and erasable, the same way the surfaces in management are. You guys hit the 99% mark with the new space, but we're still waiting for the 100% target.

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LMI Interviews

Updated Dec 17, 2014
Updated Dec 17, 2014

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    interviewed at LMI in December 2014.

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    Panel interview with Leadership staff: I was contacted by a corporate recruiter who made the interview date, time, and location comfortable with my schedule. Staff was very welcoming and the interview office was very accommodating. Staff was very professional and easy to talk to. LMI made my first interview in 22 years a great experience.

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Best Places to Work, Washington Business Journal, 2013
Best Employers for Vets, Military Times EDGE, 2012
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Website www.lmi.org
Headquarters Mc Lean, VA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1961
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Accounting & Legal
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Logistics Management Institute (LMI) helps find simple solutions out of complex problems. The company is a not-for-profit organization that provides strategic consulting services to civil, defense, and homeland security agencies of the US government. The organization was founded in 1961 under the sponsorship of the Department of Defense for the purpose of providing logistics expertise; over the years, its capabilities have expanded to include fields such as facilities and asset management, financial management, human resources, information technology, and procurement... More

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