Can't beat the benefits, get to choose what federal plan you want and there is a 5% match on TSP. Leave can take awhile to accrue as a new employee but once a few years are in, you end up with more leave than industry standard.
Great amount of time off once you get past 3 years. Great health benefits, and great 401K matching. Will also basically pay for your commute if you use mass transit.
The best benefit is 2 weeks vacation to start plus all the holidays off. The health insurance is not so great because of the premiums.
Access to the Naval Base was pretty cool. Lots of things were going on there. Federal Civilian Employee benefits are the best in the world. I could have retired at 55.
You get plenty of days off. Your annual leave starts at 4 hours per biweekly pay period and increases to 6 hours after three years working there. After 15 years, it becomes eight hours. They match 401k up to 3% and will contribute 0.5% for each additional percent you give up to 5%. E.g. the max is you give 5%, they give 4%
I was an intern. So the best thing they has was free pizza on fridays. The people are nice and never be afraid to ask them questions.
Benefit is great in terms of work-life balance, you will have a lot of time off. Otherwise it is quite average compare to industrial standard. If you want an easy job with ok money this is the way to go.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.