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Former Employee - Supply Technician GS7 in Jacksonville, FL
Former Employee - Supply Technician GS7 in Jacksonville, FL
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Pros

Good pay, regular work schedule.

Cons

Promotion and job satisfaction is limited

Advice to Management

Organization is large and staff feels their impact is limited.

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  1. "DLA"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Ogden, UT
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Ogden, UT
    Recommends

    Pros

    Great place to work overall.

    Cons

    low pay and hard to move up

    Advice to Management

    none.


  2. Helpful (2)

    "Great place for a career and opportunities for training and development."

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    Current Employee - Contracting Specialist- Intern in Fort Belvoir, VA
    Current Employee - Contracting Specialist- Intern in Fort Belvoir, VA
    Recommends

    Pros

    There are many opportunities to grow at DLA. Not only are you supporting a commendable mission by making sure that the warfighter's needs are met, but you also have many opportunities for personal growth and development throughout the organization.

    Cons

    It is difficult to get accustomed to the environment if you have not had previous federal experience. The pace of the work is much different than the private sector, and it takes some time to learn all the wonderful acronyms.

    Advice to Management

    The management at DLA is very strong, although the major leadership positions do have quite a bit of turnover. However, this seems to be quite normal in this organization. However, this sometimes creates confusion about the priorities of the organization as every single leader strives to leave their mark within a short 2-3 year "term." As such, the whole organization sometimes flounders in between changes due to a preparation for a "new" set of organizational priorities. Studies in organizational change and behavior seem to be all the rage now, and I think that a long-term view should become a top priority for leadership. Again, this may be difficult to achieve due to the constant leadership changes.

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