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I worked at Ace Info Solutions full-time (More than a year)
Company supervisor was attentive but never micro managed us. Alan was the best. We would have stayed if the contract had remained. Time sheets, benefits, tax info, internal training were accessible via log in. 4 out of 5 because no company is perfect.
A rival company won the contract and there wasn't anything available for some of us. No fault to the company.
Advice to Management
Follow the example Alan set and keep up the good work. If anything opens with you we would come back.
The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Ace Info Solutions (Washington, DC).
Two telephone interviews with multiple government sponsors and AceInfo managers, the first having between 5-7 people and the second had less. The advertised position's job description was very detailed with specific technology needs and high level responsibilities, although the entire panel showed absolutely no competence and asked only lightweight personality questions. Very strange for a very technical, high responsibility role.
It turns out that they tailored the entire job description directly to my resume, as I found out a head-hunter knew of my prior work and somehow obtained my resume. I sensed some shadiness within the interviews, particularly in the first call, because they openly asked me "how I liked the job title and description", does the description match your interests and if I thought the position was the right fit.
It also turns out that there were some incredibly shady and dirty activities demonstrated by both entities at this workplace. The amount of hardened dirt on these people's bodies, based on tremendous amounts of unethical actions witnessed inside the office, was astonishing. They are experts at selling their company and the agency, but you soon discover all of the dirty politics and coverups they produced. While looking back after accepted the offer, this interview was completely fabricated by a group of people who literally have zero importance in the professional world.
The workplace: Picture the worst used car salesmen (as managers) together with highly paid ghetto-fabulous employees that interface with government managers whom openly say "we don't care here, look at us". Very artificial people working here.
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