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  • "Good company to work for and it offers good benefits.(in 67 reviews)
  • "Great people and willing to support(in 65 reviews)
  • "good salary and good taking care(in 53 reviews)
  • "The money that you make overseas is good to get ahead on all of your bills(in 25 reviews)

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    1. 3.0
      Mar 23, 2016
      Current Employee
      McLean, VA
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Great group of dedicated colleagues who are really focused on the mission of the customer. Our new CEO is a good fit for the company, but the leadership void created by parent company Cerberus took its toll over the past couple of years. There are some promising business prospects out there if the company can brand itself and right size properly.


      Many good and talented people have left the company or been pushed out. The strategic advisers, industry and government SME's who are paid an exorbitant amount of money, have developed scant new business. The two Managing Directors that are seconded to DynCorp add little demonstrative value, do not take the time to listen or care about the input from others, are very difficult to work with to the point of being toxic, and consistently exhibit behaviors in direct contrast to company values. As a long time employee, some fundamental changes need to be made to ensure the future success of the company.

      1. 5.0
        Nov 28, 2015
        Anonymous Employee
        Former Employee
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        most of the people I worked with new their jobs and took pride in the work they were task to perform


        nothing at this time period

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