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CGI Federal Reviews

What is it like working at CGI Federal?

Ups and downs of consulting.
Software Developer:
Pros: You get to do a lot of different things.
Cons: Not the best at managing team sizes and structures this leads to stress.
Good so far, but curious as to whether I am maximizing my pay and skills.
ERP Consultant in Arlington:
Pros: Job Security and the Share Purchase Plane
Cons: It seems that most employees must seek pay increases on their own, internally or externally, rather than having their good work rewarded.
Technical Consultant in Lafayette:
Pros: Developing code
Cons: No fair pay
Great place to work.
Director of Information Technology Services in Fairfax Station:
Pros: the autonomy to run my team as I see fit
Cons: the organizational structure makes it so I directly manage a very large team
Great company but lacking in mid level management.
Business Systems Analyst in Arlington:
Pros: The people are great. The large federal contract provide exposure to the large scale sustainable Digital solution implementations. Individuals/Teams are willing to help one another. Good exposure to a leading financial/accounting information system
Cons: Lack of communication, engagement and mentorship between mid and upper management and lower analysts(1-3 years), career advisory and vision of personal development opportunities for the individual.
Great place to start after college.
Business Analyst, IT in Fairfax:
Pros: Nice coworkers and flexible work schedule
Cons: Low pay compared to other consulting firms and lack of career growth