I feel like I should leave a big 4 and open up my own shop operating in the federal space. I'm a native american and I am veteran with a service connected disability. I feel like there is a lot of money out there to be made.
Federal, Government, and Public Sector
Have people with S and TS clearances still been going to the client site during this period? I assume work has to be done on site. If so have you just been taking Ubers to the site instead of metro if you did before?
Senior up for promotion this year @100k. What would be comp range at other B4 for lateral move at senior? - Secret clearance,PMP - Audit readiness and analytics experience for 5 years. - DC area
Does anyone else have clients that randomly video call them?? I kind of hate it. Like sometimes I just want to wear a tank top, but no, I always have to have something to throw on at a moment’s notice
FYI, Guidehouse is likely cutting salaries based on info communicated today. Prepare accordingly if you’re interviewing for a role.
Which city is better for schools (elementary up to high school)? We are looking at Stanford and Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania to buy an affordable townhouse as Nova is very expensive for us (we are looking to get something at 300K max). Thank you!
First year senior, thinking of switching from Federal to Commercial (after things calm down a bit) so that I’m not too specialized down the road when it comes time to move to industry or what not. Wondering if any fishes could share some advice/their experience switching? Worried that Fed is limiting my future opportunities. Would greatly appreciate any advice!!
What a typical base comp for a 1st year Director at Guidehouse? And bonus range? New York or Boston office
Do any of you use Python for your work with federal agencies? I know R is used in govt but trying to find which agencies allow Python since not sure if my current one allows it on their systems.
Is it possible to get 120k at guidehouse for financial management/audit readiness - 4 yrs exp, CPA, Secret clearance
Any ideas or solutions on how to exit or market federal consulting? I’ve literally had interviewers tell me that they don’t find the experience useful. Plus, I find it soul crushing and not one built on growing skills.
Do you all think firms will be more open now to hiring remote resources? I’ve recently relocated (prior to Covid) and unsure of future exit ops.
Salary range for Financial Data Analyst at BAH with 4 YOE? Also how do the titles at BAH align to B4?
Dilemma here am I screwed if I submitted a SF86 with drug use and SF85 with no drug use will the clearance people find these discrepancies?