Oddball was founded by Trevis Sorensen in Washington, DC. It is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) dedicated to digital modernization of federal citizen-centric services. The oddball digital agency specialists offer a proven record of delivery excellence in enterprise DevOps, cloud migration, user experience, continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment.
Design and deployment of scalable software solutions that are purpose-built for the citizens they serve and the workforces they enable.
- Development. Creating web sites, database design, modern mobile apps, and restful APIs.
- Design. Designing interfaces and creating responsive applications.
- Management. Managing products from start to finish.
- Business analytics. Making marketing research, SWOT analysis, creating linear optimization models, etc.
Oddball works mainly with federal clients, such as VA Digital Services (DSVA), VA Office of Information Technology (OIT), The United States Air Force (USAF) Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center (AFIMSC), etc.
The Oddball team is full of experienced engineers, product and project managers, and other commercial tech professionals. The team is focused on solving clients’ problems and bringing them scalable solutions.
The Oddball crew believes that the best products are built when people understand and value the things they are working on.
As a benefit for its employees, Oddball provides a monthly continuing education stipend as well as a tech stipend.
1875 K St NW, Washington,
District of Columbia 20006, US
Rate This Company ( 4.75 average based on 2 Reviews )
The company feels very stable and rapidly growing. The tasks are not really challenging and motivating, but good for a career launch and getting your experience. Employees get much freedom and respect for what they do from the management team. Great corporate culture all in all. Salary levels are ok, but do not expect to get an increase soon, as everything is based on the government contracts. Another issue is too much time that is spent on meetings and difficulties with getting the final decision about what is ok and what needs to be reworked.
The company's culture is great as well as compensation and benefit package. Bear in mind, Oddball works for government, it can be challenging sometimes.