A private, not-for-profit organization, MITRE manages federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs): one for the Department of Defense (known as the National Security Engineering Center), one for the Federal Aviation Administration (the Center for Advanced Aviation System Development), one for the Internal Revenue Service and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs...
Mission: As a public interest company, MITRE works in partnership with the government applying systems engineering and advanced technology to address issues of critical national...
MITRE is an independent, not-for-profit corporation engaged in scientific and technical activities for various government organizations. MITRE manages Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs) for the Department of Defense; the Federal Aviation Administration; the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; and the Department of Homeland Security. We take on the nation's most critical challenges—in defense, aviation, enterprise modernization, and homeland security—and provide innovative, practical solutions to our sponsors. MITRE has corporate offices in Bedford, Massachusetts, and McLean, Virginia, as well as 60 sites around the world.
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Pros: Excellent opportunity for technical innovation and leadership. Broad application of tech and mgmt. skills. Excellent benefits – Full Review
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No Offer – Interviewed in Colorado Springs, CO – Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Interview Details – The interview was thorough and very professional. I did a phone interview first, followed by an in-person interview that required a one hour presentation. I interviewed with the HR rep, a supervisor, a group interview where I gave the presentation and answered questions. Someone from their HQs… – Full Interview
The most difficult part was preparing for the hour presentation. Again, the questions were fair and it was not negative, just time consuming to prepare. – Answer Question