A website called thelayoff.com is reporting some details about the investigator bloodbath at GDIT.
The bloodbath is getting worse.
are the layoffs just in the East and South? I wonder how much the loss of ISN in the West impacted their scheduling.
They are still hiring in the West though.
Layoffs include investigators, team leads and Regional Field Operations Managers. I’m surprised this has not made bigger news. Rumor is, a executive named Adam Lorrie (not sure of spelling) messed with some quarterly numbers and screwed everybody.
It’s been talked about. It’s not big news because it’s happened at most companies
I have not heard of recent layoffs at caci or scis.
Not recently but CACI had a big re-org a couple of years ago. Keypoint and Securitas were receding offers. Caci is hiring big time and took on isn investigators what do we think will happen next when the industry has changed
Has the DOD or has any executive order offered guidance with insight that would affect workload after October? In example, reduction in federal positions requiring clearances or clearance portability between agencies?
I’ve heard that too…that he billed NBIB for completed cases that weren’t actually completed in order to inflate earnings. No idea how accurate that is, but that’s what I was told by someone else.
USIS all over.
Another all hands meeting announced for this upcoming Monday for all GDIT employees working BICS. Anyone have any insight on what it may be about?
Adam Lurie left GDIT last summer for a different federal contractor. This happened shortly after General Dynamics took over that company and created GDIT.