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Herndon, VA
51 to 200 employees
1983
Company - Private
Information Technology
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Unknown
GTSI supplies the goods when the government goes shopping. The company resells computers, software, and networking products to federal, state, and local governments in the US. It offers products from vendors including Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, NetApp, Microsoft, and Panasonic ... Read more

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    I worked at UNICOM Government full-time

    Pros

    Family oriented environment in and amongst the employees. Business systems are superior to that of other companies in the same industry.

    Cons

    Benefits package well below that of other companies in the same industry.

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UNICOM Government Interviews

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    Project Manager Interview

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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at UNICOM Government (Chantilly, VA).

    Interview

    I was a referral. I interviewed with the recruiter over the phone, 2 other PMs in person and met my hiring manager 1-1 as well. I also interviewed with a Director and spoke briefly to a VP, althought I wouldn't consider that meeting an "interview." I interviewed contingent upon them winning certain projects that had been bid so I was interviewed several months before my hire date, but that was expected and explained up front. The panel interview seemed like it was more to see if I was a cultural fit for the team than a test of my skills and I appreciate that having the right fit is important for the team. The recruiting team at the time was fantastic and very good about keeping in touch. The onboarding process was great as well.

    Interview Questions

    • There were really no unexpected questions. There were several behavioral questions though. "Tell me about a project you've managed that failed and what you did..."   Answer Question

    Negotiation

    They matched my base salary at my previous large systems integrator employer through a combination of base and bonuses. The base was much lower than the larger company, but over the years promotions have been easier to come by and my salary is back to where it would be if I had stayed with the bigger company. Bonuses are all but non-existent now though.

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UNICOM Government Awards & Accolades

  • Top 40 Healthiest Employers, Washington Business Journal, 2011
  • Best Places to Work in Washington (Large), Washington Business Journal, 2009

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