PIEE Functional Lead


  • Military
  • Procurement
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Linkedin
  • Business process
  • Cisco UCS
  • Provisioning
  • Law
  • System requirements

Job Description

Ft. Detrick, MD

Full Time

Ability to obtain & maintain Public Trust

* 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 PIEE Functional Lead 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:

Role Overview: Universal Consulting Services (UCS) a subsidiary of Tria Federal (Tria) is seeking a Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment (PIEE) functional analyst to support the Application and related Modules. The Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment (PIEE) is a web-based e-Business suite that provides a single sign-on for multiple applications used by Contractors and Department of Defense (DoD) personnel to perform day-to-day contract and invoice related duties. The PIEE functional analyst will provide programmatic, functional, documentation, communication and other support services for all web applications / modules associated with PIEE. The person in this role should have previous experience supporting acquisition or invoicing applications and be able to support users and vendors accessing the system.

  • Provide Functional Support on the PIEE Application and related modules. Develop expertise on the operational capabilities of the PIEE upgrades understanding the functional capabilities of the future upgrades, and monitoring the functional deficiencies of the system
  • Participating in PIEE Application testing and workgroup meetings
  • Provide remote support to the Navy Medicine PIEE sites. The support may include providing supplemental help for system users, assistance with process documentation, and briefings for site personnel and management. Telephonic support shall be captured in an electronic Call Log and made available to the COR on the first of each month
  • Monitor local procedures that operational sites might utilize to address potential functional deficiencies of the PIEE system and distribute this information throughout the BUMED claimancy; subject to final government review
  • Send E-code list to DFAS on a weekly basis. This list shall include all contracts that have been issued that week to validate the vendor ID in STARS and to ensure that the vendor IDs match SAM / STARS One-Pay data
  • Assist with the development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that apply to the entire BUMED claimancy; subject to final government review. The SOPs will facilitate the implementation of standard business processes at BUMED sites
  • Assist in updating BUMED vendor (any vendor conducting business with BUMED) and Government user guides, training aids and step-by-step instructions required for day-to-day reference; subject to final government review. The documentation shall be up to date with the current version of PIEE, shall follow guidelines set forth in BUMED SOPs and follow audit readiness compliance
  • Serve as Government Administrator for all applicable modules within PIEE in order to manage user accounts and required documentation
  • Provide vendor support for BUMED sites to include registration, entering invoices, and locating invoices in the system to void or re-submit. Telephonic support shall be captured in an electronic Call Log and made available to the COR on the first of each month
  • Provide assistance to the vendor and Government users to set up the machines for PIEE access. The task involves browser configurations and communicating the configuration requirements to be sure the computer satisfies all the system requirements
  • Provide suggested upgrade requirements to the site personnel or vendors to meet PIEE system requirements
  • Coordinate with PIEE/EDA technical support located in Ogden, UT and/or command onsite Information Technology support, as required
  • Provide on-site and/or remote support to include Government and/or vendor registration, role provisioning and training. Telephonic support shall be captured in an electronic Call Log and made available to the COR on the first of each month.
  • Review user access requests to ensure functional roles, assigned to users, are appropriate
  • Provide on-site and/or remote support to users to ensure the timely acceptance and certification of invoices by the Government
  • Review current business processes for invoice receipt, acceptance, and certification. Provide recommendations to sustain and improve effectiveness and efficiency of business processes
  • Assist in coordination of PIEE conferences or meetings. Provide recommendations regarding locations and training demographics (HQ, Region, Site, etc.)
  • Review upgrades and communicate release dates, changes and government determined training requirement's to customers
  • Manage user accounts for PIEE and ensure all required documentation is retained for the user community
  • Communicate with on-site Government Administrators to ensure documentation for PIEE is being properly managed
  • Maintain a comprehensive communication strategy to facilitate the continued support of BUMED PIEE. This task will involve developing a user list to communicate pertinent information
  • Communicate the effectiveness of PIEE with metrics reports when received by DFAS and coordinate additional training with sites who are accruing high interest penalties
  • Track the user issues of and communicate to the Director of Logistics Business Systems and the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense/Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy to improve the functionality of modules within PIEE. This will include participation in user workgroup conference calls, upgrade testing, and review meetings
  • Update the processes to ensure Government and vendor personnel understand how to register, access, and utilize each of the communication channels
  • Track resolution of BUMED and Navy-wide issues and questions, and post the updates to the BUMED PIEE webpage and send out periodic email or newsletter updates to the user community; subject to final government review
  • Work with Assistant Secretary of Defense/Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy to ensure invoices to include both contractual and Non-Contractual (Miscellaneous Pay) are being routed through PIEE
  • Coordinate with Assistant Secretary of Defense/Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy to decrease manual invoices being processed
  • Provide monthly project progress status updates. The updates are to be included in the Monthly Status Report and shall identify risks and opportunities associated with the PIEE program and other logistics automation processes
  • Provide support for periodic briefs to the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) and Navy leadership on PIEE issues
  • Coordinate with BUMED sites, Navy PIEE Program Management Office (PMO) and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) for additional sites to be integrated within PIEE
  • Collect, analyze, and track the electronic invoicing data from each of the deployed BUMED sites. This task may include coordination with Defense Finance and Accounting Services (DFAS) Pay Offices

The "Need-to-Have" Skills & Qualifications:
  • Previous experience with Procurement (PIEE) Application Enterprise Environment and its Modules
  • Previous experience providing application support
  • Previous experience training users on application
  • Previous experience writing SOPs and other types of user documentation
  • Previous experience supporting monthly deliverables

Professional Certifications:



Bachelor's degree required (BA or BS)


Ability to obtain and maintain a Public Trust

Years of Professional Experience:

2-5 years of experience

The "Nice-to-Have" Skills & Qualifications:
  • PIEE experience
  • WAWF experience

  • Occasional Travel to Other Navy Medical Sites/ Conferences

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.

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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.

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