I've heard that Keypoint is in the process of hiring 2,300 investigators in the next few months and they are no longer hiring experienced investigators. They want the new investigators (drones) to beat to their drum at $17.50/hour. This will obviously have a very negative impact on their contractor workforce who has been pulling the heavy load for the last 2 1/2 years when Keypoint assumed a lot of USIS workload. Keypoint just continues to make one bad decision after another. They cannot get out of their own way. I predict that for every four investigators they hire, three of them resign before six months of working there. They might retain 500 investigators of the 2,300 that they anticipate hiring and it will have a reverse neagative affect and impact on their contractor workforce. Because contractors will have little to no work because the work will go to their F/T'ers, contractors will deflect and start working for CSRA/ISN or SCIS.
The clown show continues unabated.