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Systems Engineer
in Arlington, VA

"Look elsewhere unless you have separate benefits and nowhere else to go."

What do you like about working at CACI?

"I liked the flex schedule opportunities, but this was not specific to CACI, but rather the client worksite."

Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?

"You'll be interviewed three or four times since their organizational process is lacking. In general, confidence is more important than actual knowledge because few of the CACI people are knowledgeable enough to actually judge your capability on a given subject."

What don't you like about working at CACI?

"Bald-faced lies on the part of management. It was impossible to get a straight story out of anyone in any written form. I got the continual impression from them that they wanted to avoid having any written trail of communication. In the end, I had conversations with people over the phone they denied had ever taken place. In hindsight, I would have insisted on written documentation."

What suggestions do you have for management?

"Leave the company. There are better companies to work for in the area, and in the industry. CACI, among defense and federal contractors, is without question nothing more than a staffing organization whereas a BAE Systems, GDIT, NG, SAIC, and so on, are actual do-ers in the field. CACI is a career dead end, and their bottom line is revenue. The talk about caring for their employees is just that - talk. Talk is cheap."

Systems Engineer
in Corpus Christi, TX

"Great company. Great people. Government contracting is an excellent opportunity for career growth."

What do you like about working at CACI?

"The shared desire to excel, and the great culture."

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