The government intelligence sector remains a high demand, limited supply, job industry. While there may be a variety of positions available for prospective employees, there are other factors that come into play when going through the application process.
In the past year, we’ve seen technological advancements that have had a dramatic impact on how both business and government agencies handle their day to day operations.
Meet Dalfa Sell, Contracts Administrator Working at TPGS When did you start working at TPGS? May 31, 2016.
USGIF’s GEOINT Symposium is the preeminent event of the year for the defense, intelligence and homeland security communities and the nation’s largest gathering of industry, academia, and government.
Background clearances have been making the news in the past few months as government security clearance processing times continue to rise.
Meet Marc Mussoline, a Senior Program Manager Working at TPGS! When did you start working at TPGS? 11/30/15 What territory do you manage? Intelligence Community & FedCiv Brief summary of skills and/or specialties: Program Management, Delivery, Pricing, Contract Negotiations What is an interesting/fun fact we would be surprised to learn about you? I can eat a …
Proposed Site For NGA West In St. Louis The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) is reviewing sites to determine a locations for the rebuilding and modernization of the NGA West Campus.
When did you start working at TPGS? May 23, 2013 What territory do you manage? The Federal Contracting Sector including the Intelligence Community and the Department of Defense What are your skills and specialties? Recruiting, Resource Management, Business Development, and Program Management What is a fun fact we would be surprised to learn …
Writing Effective Cover Letters Notorious for causing headaches and procrastination among job hunters, having an effective cover letter is not only important, it’s a critical element to a successful transition.