TASC
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www.tasc.com Chantilly, VA 1000 to 5000 Employees

TASC Reviews in Annapolis Junction, MD

Updated Feb 22, 2014
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TASC President and Chief Executive Officer John Hynes

John Hynes

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They need to get their act together

Software Engineer (Former Employee)
Annapolis Junction, MD

I worked at TASC full-time for more than 5 years

ProsThere are some talented people that really care about what they are working.

ConsContinuing focus on Systems Engineering and Software Engineering work, which caused the Conflict of Interest issues which led Northrop Grumman to divest TASC to begin with; ;constant employee turnover; constant senior management turnover; no raises; constant benefit cuts; and contract losses continue.

Advice to Senior ManagementIf you want to continue to go after Systems Engineering (SETA) work, create a totally separate entity to do that so it's separate from your other business.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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Absolutely awful. Whatever the competitors are doing right, TASC is failing at

Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee)
Annapolis Junction, MD

I worked at TASC full-time for more than a year

ProsBroad contract opportunities, relatively speaking. Talented technical experts in non-managerial roles

ConsReally crushed so many employees through benefit cuts that it's comical to hear senior leaders say that the company is great. When your BU VP says "It's not a bad company to work for," you know things are in the death throes. Plus, the President, CEO and a bunch of senior VPs get canned in the same week? This ship is sinking fast, and if it was publicly traded, the shareholders would be furious. You can't lose over a billion in revenue and think that passing the loss on to your employees is going to be a good strategic move. A lot of great talent has been lost to Amazon, Paypal, Facebook, Booz Allen, etc. The impact of that talent loss is only going to get worse as time goes on with more mediocre talent replacing those that left because the benefits aren't competitive.

Advice to Senior ManagementLiquidate. Maybe a few smaller companies would have a better shot at success, but the current structure is going to crush the company under its own weight.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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