"It is good practice and an opportunity to work with a knowledgeable company."
"It's been great and wonderful."
"I've found it a strong company to work for. I very much enjoyed the atmosphere."
"I am working here for 9 months. It'a a great organization."
"I worked with the State Of Georgia (SOG) for 3 months under the direction of CIO Daniel Brown. I've learned so much and gained tremendous EXP under his provision in IT and governmental agency, Working for SOG as a developer, participated in day-day scrum meetings, tested code for analysis and implementation. Assisted help desk and various departments in GDA."
"This is basically a student intern position. However, at the time my university had enacted a hiring freeze, prompting my supervisor to hire me as a government contract employee for one year instead. My contract allowed for renewal up to 1 more year. Overall, I enjoy working for this group. I have the freedom to do things as I see fit, as what we are doing hasn't really been done before. I learn what I need as I go. I would recommend this job to other college students looking for experience."
"Nice company to work but no pay raise for years and years."
"I was intern for the APHIS office at the USDA in 2012. It was my first government office environment job. It was fun to get to know the other workers while I was there, and all of the supervisors in APHIS were wonderful people who strived hard to handle the issues presented to them. It was a very inspirational time and I was changed for the better in terms of work ethic and quality."
"It's very bureaucratic and lots of politics."
"Design Engineer - CivilUSDA / NRCS1992 2011 (Retired from NRCS)Extensive background as Civil or Design Engineer on diverse projects provided comprehensive knowledge of engineering theories, principles and design, utilized to prepare engineering designs, plans and specifications. At USDA/NRCS for nineteen years, I have been heavily involved in water resource, erosion control, earth dams, water conservation, and animal waste, acequia, and EWP projects."
"Really good! Working with Federal staff from a variety of backgrounds is good experience."
"I have worked for USDA for several years and have enjoyed my time there. My relationships with my supervisor and coworkers were great. I have worked in the state office as well as headquarters. Working at headquarters, you would think, the offices would look better but they have not meet the standards I have seen of other other government agencies. I only wish that I had better equipment to use in order to properly do my job. The laptops and software we were allowed to use, limited my productivity."
"2014 is a tough time to work for the Federal Government. Funding is tight and morale is low. Much of that will cycle, along with Washington politics."
"Good for independent contractors looking for a flexible time schedule."
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