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Arlington, VA
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
Business Services
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
From mission needs and requirements through procurement and program execution, ASI Government (ASI) helps clients harness the powerful but often underutilized levers that exist in the “Big A” Acquisition process to cut costs and improve performance. Coupling ... Read more

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    I have been working at ASI Government full-time


    The autonomous and flexible environment is truly unique. From what I see, all employees are trusted to do their jobs and with a big emphasis on demonstrating value to ASI customers. Training and career development resources are offered to those who want to take advantage.


    Being a mid sized firm in today's competitive market, limits the opportunities the company can pursue so it's in a tough spot to grow right now.

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    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at ASI Government (Arlington, VA) in July 2013.


    I submitted my resume online and was promptly contacted the next day by the recruiter. After a brief phone interview, she said that my resume piqued her and the partners' interest, explained more about the company, and invited me to interview in person with two of the senior leaders in the unit. The first interview was a 1 on 1 interview with one of the task leads. He asked me hypothetical, theoretical questions to test my thought process. The second interview was with two other senior leaders, who asked me more about my background and experience and told me what they do on a daily basis.

    After the interview, I was told that they had liked me and would hear back from them soon. I did not hear back, so I checked back a few weeks later and they had hired someone else.

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