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24 days ago

Senior Scientific Programmer

SAIC Greenbelt, MD

Support the Ocean Biology Processing Group at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in scientific software development and evaluation of processing… SAIC


3 days ago

Network Engineer III – new

SAIC Greenbelt, MD

Collecting and refining requirements, designing solutions, testing solutions, briefing design, implementing design, maintaining… SAIC


23 days ago

Project Manager

SAIC College Park, MD

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Information Technology Activity Support (ITAS) project is and SAIC program in need of a full… SAIC


7 days ago

Senior Project Manager

SAIC College Park, MD

The Sr. Project Manager shall support multiple IT projects, concurrently and will be responsible for the following: • Project planning including the… SAIC


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    Former Employee - Consultant  in  Baltimore, MD (US)
    Former Employee - Consultant in Baltimore, MD (US)

    I worked at SAIC

    Pros

    The benefits, as well as the security of government contracts. You can buy all the benefits and insurance you could possibly need for a married couple for <USD250 per month. We're talking about millions in life insurance, AD&D insurance, great medical/dental, the works. Also, if you land on a team working on a multi-year government contract

    Cons

    You have to love working in the defense industry, or live in the DC area, otherwise there is very little for you. If you *don't* love working in defense, and you want to work/stay at SAIC, then you *must* live in the DC area, if you want to land on a non-defense government contract.

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    None. They are too successful to listen to me.

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