Contracts Administrator

  • Arlington, VA
  • Posted 60+ days ago | Updated 5 hours ago


On Site
Full Time


Attention to detail
Customer satisfaction
Government contracts
Data validation
Microsoft Office
Adobe Acrobat
Security clearance
Database administration
Technical drafting
Technology assessment
Analytical skill
Microsoft SharePoint
Business analytics

Job Details


Full Time

Minimum Background Check*

* ship and the ability to obtain and maintain the clearance level stated above are required for this specific opportunity. Tria Federal (Tria) is unable to sponsor at this time.

Who We Are:

Tria Federal (Tria) is the premier middle-market IT and Advisory services provider delivering digital transformation solutions to Civilian, Defense, and Intelligence agencies across the federal sector. With a future-forward vision and a mission rooted in service, we bridge capability gaps to help government agencies work faster, grow smarter, and stay nimble in the face of change. Wherever our customers are in their modernization journey, we are the trusted navigator in the path to possible.

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Who You Are:

You are a talented Contracts Administrator with at least 2+ years of experience and a passion for thinking big, taking action, and delivering exceptional results. You are outcome-driven, quality-obsessed, and relentlessly focused on innovation as a value-driver for world-class delivery, client satisfaction, and performance. You're looking to grow as a professional in a team-oriented environment where you can put your fingerprint on mission-critical projects impacting the citizens we serve.

Military Veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply!

About This Role:

Best Practice Associates, LLC dba Tria Federal (Tria) is seeking a talented Contracts Administrator.

  • Support the administration of prime government contracts and task orders in accordance with company polices and procedures, applicable laws, and Government client requirements
  • Support cradle to grave subcontracts administration including: development, negotiation, and management of subcontract agreements, identifying applicable subcontract flow-down clauses, incorporating applicable SOW/PWS provisions, and issuing modifications
  • Responsible for preparing and maintaining contracts databases for documentation and audit purposes
  • Responsible for developing and running contracts reports and trackers
  • Supports maintenance and retrieval of contractual documentation/files, provides data validation, and prepares/delivers reports as requested by managers
  • Identify potential contract risks/issues and escalate further for resolution
  • Responsible for drafting consultant agreements with external parties
  • Responsible for reviewing and issuing employee verifications forms with Subcontractors
  • Assists in reviewing nondisclosure (NDA) and teaming agreements (TA)
  • Assist Project Managers in understanding the contract process and locations of templates, policies, and resources
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Contracts Manager/Director
  • Support the Tria Federal Legal team as needed
  • Support of Tria Federal's Joint Venture through monthly administrative duties

The "Need-to-Have" Skills & Qualifications:
  • Experience with various contract types, including fixed-price, time and materials, and cost reimbursable contracts, as well as GSA Schedules, GWACs, BPAs, and IDIQs
  • Ability to work independently and with minimum supervision
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills to present information and respond to questions from managers, colleagues, and clients
  • Strong analytic, strategic, and reasoning skills
  • Proven ability to adapt and manage effectively in a fast-paced challenging environment
  • Attention to detail and multitasking capabilities
  • Ability to research issues, exercise solution-based thinking, and propose solutions to challenges/issues
  • Proficient in use of MS Office Suite, Sharepoint and Adobe Acrobat
  • Familiarity with the FAR, DFARS, and other Federal agency contracting regulations.
  • Desire to grow and learn in the contracts profession
Professional Certifications:


BA/BS degree from an accredited college/university

Minimum Background Check

Years of Professional Experience:

2-3 years' experience in federal government contracts or subcontracts administration

The "Nice-to-Have" Skills & Qualifications:
  • Experience and knowledge of CPSR and CPSR requirements
  • Experience with reporting to FSRS
  • Familiarity with managing joint venture and mentor-protg agreements
  • Some familiarity and knowledge of Unanet
Professional Certifications:
CCCM , or CCMA certifications a plus, DAU DAWIA Level 1 Certificate

Why Tria?

What defines the Tria brand is more than just our dedication to excellence in our craft; it's our incredible team of dedicated, talented, and passionate people that make Tria so exceptional. As people powering possible, we are all partners in our team's shared success.

As a company that cares about people, we seek to cultivate a culture in which all can thrive personally and professionally. We offer a top-tier benefits package to invest in your physical, mental, and financial health and wellness so that you can be your best self - at work and in life. At Tria, we are growth-minded, entrepreneurial in spirit, and committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and opportunity for all. Whatever your background, your role, your department, or stage in your professional journey, here you will have opportunities to learn new skills, seize new challenges, and advance your career as we grow.

Job Listing ID: job_14_0EJ4JK5NJWGLJLSK

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO):

Tria Federal (Tria) is a Federal Contractor and EEO, OFCCP, VEVRAA, and Affirmative Action Employer.

As an Equal Employment Opportunity provider, Tria follows the protection of federal, state, and local law: Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, or genetic information.

U.S. Citizenship is required for this specific opportunity as Tria is unable to sponsor at this time. All selected applicants will be subject to a Minimal Background Investigation (MBI) and a government security investigation (when applicable) depending on the specific program and position listed. This includes but is not limited to: meeting the eligibility requirements for access to classified information and the ability to obtain a government-granted security clearance. Individuals may also be subject to a background investigation including, but not limited to: criminal history, employment verification, education verification, drug testing, and creditworthiness.

Qualified individuals with a disability have the right to request a reasonable accommodation. If you are unable or limited in your ability to use or access the Tria careers website as a result of your disability, please request a reasonable accommodation by sending an e-mail to or call . Include the nature of your request, along with your name and contact information.

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