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2.0 3 reviews

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Elizabeth Drynan

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33% of employees recommend this company to a friend
3 Employee Reviews
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    • Senior Management
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    Great People who care about what they are doing

    Project Manager (Current Employee) Rosslyn, VA

    ProsPeople support peers success.
    Senior management good at showing appreciation.
    The project work is rewarding.

    ConsNot sure there is a big picture vision or goals so hard to contribute to the unknown.
    Some people only answer what is being asked so if you don't know what to ask you don't learn.
    Somehow someway they lost a key project that caused a great deal of turmoil.

    Advice to Senior ManagementCreate a plan and work to the plan.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Career Opportunities
    • Disapproves of CEO


    Promising company with potentially critical issues

    (Former Employee) Colorado Springs, CO

    Prosvery relaxed office environment.

    There's a potential for growth here. Although they've hit some bumps in recent years (and had to scale back) , they are in contention for some very large contracts that could grow the business tremendously.

    Very small technical staff. There's an opportunity to learn a lot.

    Communication with other offices (Virginia and Ohio) is frequent and casual - preventing the expected rivalries.

    High visibility programs.

    ConsSecurity posture was lacking.

    Customer relationships were shaky. Company is in a "win-back" mode and that is an ongoing fight.

    Very often, vital information is not flowed down to direct reports.

    Network infrastructure is in need of rework. There are certain subnets that you need to physically run a cable from one server room to the other if you want to reach. With some more experienced technical management, this could easily be remedied.

    Military management style - not best suited to the civilian sector. Office decorum is often more akin to an army barracks than a modern office environment. This could be a potentially critical vulnerability.

    Recent exodus of senior staff creates a variety of problems (beyond morale). Lots of tribal knowledge simply evaporates - leaving remaining employees frustrated and trying to figure things out on their own. Which perpetuates the cycle.

    Advice to Senior Managementconsider your long term objectives and ask yourself if your current tactical plan will actually get you there.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Poor Technology, Poor Culture

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Colorado Springs, CO

    ProsSome good people
    Mostly fun environment

    ConsFear-based culture
    Competent tech people with no business managing. Poor communications. Told what they think you want to hear and not the reality of the situation.
    Management is not trustworthy, esp, in Colorado Springs.
    What they sell and what they actually have are entirely different.

    Advice to Senior ManagementLook at what is real and not what things seem. Promotions are obviously given to individuals that are insincere and power hungry, they give a good show, but in the end produce very little actual value.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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