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08 August 2016


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I know this post is over a year old, but I had to comment as the LPTA contracts are affecting us at DISA Ogden BIG TIME. We are losing all the best people due to these contractors coming in and slashing salaries for everyone on the contract. I got lucky on the last one and was able to turn down the offer to move to another team. Only to be caught in another LPTA contract 2 months later. Now, more of our best and smartest folks are just up and leaving. I will be too, but don't have the option to leave right away. So I have to deal with a 30% pay cut until I can find something else. How long is it going to take before DISA starts feeling the pain and pulls their head out of their ass?

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