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KeyPoint Government Solutions Overview

Loveland, CO
1001 to 5000 employees
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
CACI International, Omniplex World Services Corporation, Securitas
KeyPoint Government Solutions is a leading provider of specialized investigative services to a broad range of U.S. Federal Government organizations spanning the civilian, defense and intelligence sectors. Leveraging a nationwide network of highly experienced investigators and a ... Read more

Mission: KeyPoint Government Solutions is a leading provider of investigative and risk mitigation services to government organizations, including the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Customs and Border Protection, and Department of Homeland Security. Our international network of ... Read more

KeyPoint Government Solutions Reviews

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Eric A. Hess
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    Current Employee - Special Investigator in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Special Investigator in Washington, DC
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    I have been working at KeyPoint Government Solutions full-time (Less than a year)


    managing your own schedule, meeting new people, mileage reimbursement


    unrealistic work load, pushy management

    Advice to Management

    treat your employees better and pay more.

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KeyPoint Government Solutions Interviews



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    Background Investigstor Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Great Falls, MT
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at KeyPoint Government Solutions (Great Falls, MT).


    I applied online and within a few weeks I recieved an email informing me that I met the minnimum qualifications and I was asked to take an online assesment. The assesment was tedious but not difficult, alot of questions were the same question reworded. Once I completed that, I recived an email to schedule a phone interview. I did that the following week. The phone interview was nothing out of the ordinary, typical interview questions. At the conclusion of the interview, I was told I would be contacted for a 2nd interview if they wanted to move forward with me, within 2 weeks. I recived the email the same day. 2nd interview was video chat interview, some questions more directly related to the job duties. I was told to dress like I would for any other interview. I wore a shirt and tie. The person interviewing me was in a T-shirt. It threw me off a bit, but they were extreemly nice and the interview was very low stress. Once I completed that interview, it took about a week before I recived my job offer. Upon accepting that, I filled out a bunch of paperwork online for a background investigstion. I'm almost at 4 months from that point, hoping to hear any time from them to schedule my start date.

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Company Updates

  • HIRING EVENT: 12/1 & 12/2 12:00 - 3:00 p.m., at our Fairfax, VA, office. Seeking to fill positions on a new U.S. Government contract: Regional and Case Managers, Investigators with 3+ years of experience, and Investigative Technicians needed.

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