What are good exit opportunities for ppl in GPS? Is it the same as ppl in commercial services? I've done federal audit and now I'm in federal advisory, and the only ppl who hit me up on LinkedIn or Indeed want me for more federal work. I'm worried I'll be pigeonholed into doing govt work my entire career KPMG EY Deloitte Booz Allen Hamilton Guidehouse…
Anyone here in Cyber/privacy? Would love to connect. Am a JD in tax and interested in making the pivot.
Raise and bonus were a huge disappointment and just had a PPMD lie to my face about a project. 10 years with Deloitte and great reviews, but it’s time to move on. Looking for feedback from other compa…
Just got invited to take the internal revenue agent assessment for an IRS revenue agent position I applied for, does anyone have any insight as to what to expect?
For those working in the public sector, what is your decision making process for selecting consulting services?
Anyone here work State and Higher Ed practice for advisory for Deloitte. Thinking of making a switch and want to know what culture is like
What is your day to day work like in government and public sector consulting? Interested in transitioning into this field
How difficult is the CDFM (certified defense financial manager) exam? Maybe compared to the CPA?
Any subcontractors here? I feel like I'm living a double life and having to eat my own time to meet the current project and plan for the next. Then when I bring it up to the lead, I feel micromana…
Applied to Booz Allen. Interview and sec pre screen went well. I’ve reach out to recruiters a few times in two weeks and they say ‘we’re waiting for final approval from team to proceed’. Normal?
For those who don’t have their CPAs, Who long did it take you to pass the CGFM? How much time did you spend studying for each exam?
Anyone had any success requesting to work fully remote in the fed advisory space? If so, what are the limitations (promotion, future pay raises)?
I’ve decided to make my career in the government side of consulting. Been doing it 10 years. Seems hard to find jobs where I manage people unless at a big 4. Anyone else find this true?
Office/line of advisory/client?
I'm here for the pants party.