Cleared IT professionals looking to learn, excel, and stay on the cutting edge of their work know that success doesn’t just drop in their lap – it takes work. But no matter how hard you work, you need the support of your employer, company leaders, and co-workers to make real growth happen. With today’s technology changing from minute to minute, you need an employer who is as focused on your career mobility as you are.
General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) is not only an industry leader in offering technology solutions, but in offering its employees support and unique opportunities to learn and excel.
Brian Fogg, CTO, Federal Civilian Division at GDIT will tell you that this problem-solving, continuous development is a part of the company’s culture. “They have a passion for solving these problems and they have a desire to keep learning, to keep engaging, to keep growing. Because the technology space that we’re in is evolving on a daily basis.”
GDIT Trusts Employees to Deliver for Government Partners
The secret to GDIT’s success stems in large part from two sources: its company values and the autonomy it gives its employees. “Our values at GDIT are Honesty, Transparency, Trust, and Alignment – and that’s critical as it relates to supporting our missions,” explains Nisa McCarter Moore, Vice President, Supply Chain Management.
Joyce Jenkins-Harden is Operations Director, DISA and Enterprise Services, Defense Division transitioned from a career in the Air Force to a career in government contracting. A company culture that promotes initiative and personal growth is one of the greatest strengths she’s seen in her years at GDIT. “One of the things that I have found that permeates the entire company is the trust that is given to the employees to deliver to the customer.”
Ultimately, GDIT employees thrive on the challenge of their work, bringing new technology to customers, and serving their mission – all while advancing their own careers and moving up within the company. “You have an internal mobility opportunity to move around,” explains Fogg. “To shape and take your career in directions you would like and put it in front of missions that matter.”
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