Individuals who test negative take up bed space and treatment capacity needed for those who have contracted the disease. More accurate forecasts of Ebola-negative cases, coupled with streamlined testing procedures to reduce their stay, increases the efficiency of treatment facilities and makes response programs more effective.
Intern Roundtables Spark Innovative Ideas
By Leilani Romero
“Talented,” “driven,” and “enthusiastic” are some of the words company leaders used to describe PAE’s intern class of 2019. PAE works with universities across the country to hire internship and entry-level candidates for opportunities to work and learn from leaders in the industry; the interns offer PAE fresh minds and new perspectives.
As a part of the program, interns attended roundtable discussions with executive leadership over the summer.
PAE was ranked No. 36 on Bloomberg Government's 2019 top 200 list of Federal Industry Rankings, up from No. 45 in 2018.
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While ground support personnel around the world face harsh weather conditions, few compare to the atmosphere fuel handlers endure on the southernmost continent.
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By Terrence Nowlin
Human Resources Coordinator Kelsey Goodwin hit the ground running when she graduated college and began working at PAE full-time a little more than a year ago. She works hard to identify opportunities within her division to improve the employee experience and said her goal is to expand that companywide.
“What I do ranges a lot,” Goodwin said. “I run the orientation for National Security Solutions. I also have the opportunity to come up with solutions that would improve PAE as a whole.”