I have been working at Insignia Technology Services full-time
I am given an abundance of opportunities to learn from each and every day. The employees are more than willing to extend a helping hand whenever you need it, allowing you to grow into a well rounded professional.
The company is spread out across the country, so communication can be lost at times. I do not categorize this as a total con however, because it teaches you to be assertive and make sure you are asking the right questions.
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Insignia Technology Services (Newport News, VA) in February 2014.
40 min call with limited technical screening, the focus was really about my VA experience and didn't have a lot to do with the job. It seemed more important to fill a spot than what I was to actually do. This seemed fine at the time but after I left I realized it was part of the issue with the company as a whole. Although I was qualified for the work there were some others that were not.
Insignia was selected on Aug 1, 2016 to partner with the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide IT Services and Solutions under the T4NG acquisition program, a 10 year, multiple-award, IDIQ contract with a $22.3B ceiling value.